Friday, October 14, 2016

Allegiance is Released

Allegiance, Mary Flinn's eighth novel is released. 

Set in Southern Pines, North Carolina, Allegiance is the story of two Army couples who live as best friends and neighbors off-post from Fort Bragg. The day before the men deploy to Afghanistan, Keri, wife of combat medic Logan Slater, overhears a secret she is not meant to know, which threatens to destroy all four friends. Her children, five-year-old Lacey and three-year-old Cole, hold her to her vow of friendship with neighbor Candy, and loyalty to their father, as she has taught them while explaining the meaning of the Pledge of Allegiance.

“Mary Flinn’s Allegiance is a beautiful glimpse into the lives of characters so rich and authentic you feel every heartache, triumph, loss, and gain. A story of fidelity, heroism, friendship, and family, Flinn leaves you in complete bliss but still wanting more long after you’ve turned the last page.”
     — Sabrina Sells Stephens, author of Banker’s Trust and Canned Good

Allegiance is the kind of novel that gets under your skin. Infidelity is not an easy or fun topic, but Mary Flinn turns it into a transformative lesson about love, honesty, patience, and understanding that supersedes the characters’ initial pain. I guarantee you will be stunned when all is revealed, and perhaps even a little emotionally healed.”
   Tyler R. Tichelaar, Ph.D. and award-winning author of Narrow Lives and The Best Place

“Cheers for Allegiance! A great work penned by a writer with an acute sense of social and emotional depth. This is a powerful story that quickly had me questioning my own humanity. This book is also a beacon of hope. Most of us have experienced the range of emotions woven into this story at one time or another. Keri and Logan’s journey is a roadmap showing all of us how to treat our fellow man. Mary Flinn at her finest!”
       A.W. Hammock, former U.S. Army Ranger and author of Night of the Hatchet

To order your autographed copies, return to the website, and click on Buy the Book.

Sunday, October 2, 2016