In the fourth book of the Tucker series, Tucker’s grandson March is at a crossroads as he tries to reconcile his troubled past with his hopeful future. Debbie has given March her heart completely, and though he loves her desperately, he struggles to fully commit to her.
Meanwhile, it seems as if evil is stalking March’s family. An old nemesis comes looking for him and, frustrated in his search, takes Tucker hostage. March’s sister, April, is also in peril after her workplace crush turns ugly and she unwittingly finds herself in harm’s way, becoming the victim of an unspeakable crime.
Can March rescue Tucker, help April, and finally put his past to rest, so he and Debbie can find the happiness they both deserve?
(Books make great gifts! Why not give someone the complete set?)
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2 thoughts on “March On (The Tucker series book 4)”
David, I just read Tucker’s Way.
I recognized the south I grew up in very early but was totally excited to find it was actually my hometown.
I was raised on a 60 acres farm six miles from Dresden.
I attended school at Palmersville and graduated in 1969 with the other 11 seniors in my class.
I attended Union University.
I was thrilled to read of Ella going to the Dresden Library and ‘pulling up to the four way stop in front of the courthouse’
I read Tucker’s Way on my Kindle….got it through Kindle Unlimited and have already downloaded the other three books.
I don’t want to read them to quickly but want to savor the fact that I have them and will enjoy them each immensely.
I am a school counselor in Freedom Maine these days and deal with lots of the hardships of my students and their families. That is universal unfortunately.
Tucker has stolen my heart and I look forward to going with her through the trials and heartaches that the next books promise to take me.
thank you so much for all you do and for sharing your talent for writing lovingly of the ‘horrors’ of life.
You certainly have made a wide circle of love with your love of God and your love of life.
I also bought your two books: Navigating the Passages of Marriage
Where is God when I can’t find him
and look forward to learning from them.
Bless you and yours!
I’m so glad you stumbled upon my books. That’s really cool that you graduated from Palmersville. I graduated from Dresden in ’71. We probably crossed paths at a basketball game or something.
Freedom, Maine, is a looooooong way from west Tennessee! I’m glad you are serving youth in a very important role. May God bless you.
– David Johnson