Sins of the Father

Sins of the Father
337 Pages
ISBN 0595442609

A child with no name, a woman with no memory.

Arrested for shoplifting, a woman with amnesia fears both her past and her future and denies any knowledge of the mysterious baby found with her.

Psychologist, Allyson Freemont, and Detective Ernie Blackwell work to put together the missing pieces of Feona Parker's life. Compassion and skill help as Feona is brought face to face with a horrifying reality and efforts are made to protect her from falling into a complete and irreversible mental breakdown.

This story travels through the fragile mind of an emotionally scarred woman and her tortuous journey toward wellness. In the balance is the fate of an innocent child who will be turned over to the foster care system and languish there until she ages out—never knowing she has a family who loves and wants her.

Following in the footsteps of her psychological thrillers, "Suffer the Little Children," "Amazing Grace", and "The Prodigal Son," is another fascinating book by Valerie Allen. Sins of the Father takes the reader into the abyss of mental illness.

Valerie Allen

About Valerie Allen (Melbourne, Florida Author)

Valerie Allen

About the Author

Valerie Allen, psychologist and author, writes fiction, nonfiction, short stories, and children's books. Her short stories, writer blogs, and parenting articles have appeared online and in magazines nationwide.

She is a member of both, the National and Florida Association of School Psychologists and conducts seminars for educators, medical, and mental health professionals using her self-help book, "Beyond the Inkblots: Confusion to Harmony."

She supports writers using her book, "Write, Publish, Sell! Quick, Easy, Inexpensive Ideas for the Marketing Challenged," 2nd Ed. She has served on the Board of Directors of the Space Coast Writers’ Guild and as a member of the National League of American Pen Women, Cape Canaveral Branch. She is also co-founder of Authors for Authors where, for more than 12 years, she continues to create and host author events and writer conferences.

She lives in warm and sunny Florida where she has enjoyed raising six children, from whom she has learned many things about life and love.