Fiction that Challenges and Heals

Leslie Lynch author of fiction

Looking for gripping stories that delve beneath the surface? Welcome to Leslie Lynch’s website, where you will find fiction that transports, challenges and heals.

Tough situations. Relatable characters. Tension tempered with tenderness.

Leslie gives voice to characters who grapple with their brokenness – and who discover unconventional solutions to life’s twists.

The result? Compelling and unforgettable fiction.

The Books

Lose yourself in the Appalachian foothills as you meet Lannis and Ben in Hijacked, and follow them as they – and Robert Davis – grapple with the consequences of Davis’s crime in Unholy Bonds.

Meet Opal McBride as she scrapes out a new beginning to a life cruelly interrupted in Opal’s Jubilee.

Novellas Christmas Hope and Christmas Grace will warm your heart any time of the year.

Please check out the excerpts on the Sneak Peeks page; and the book descriptions on the “On the back cover” page.

All are available at Amazon, B&N Nook, Apple iBooks, and Kobo in electronic or print format. Click at the right to buy.

Fiction for Audiophiles

Audio book fans, listen to HijackedChristmas Hope, and Christmas Grace as narrated by talented voice actress Carol Dines. All three are Whispersynced to the corresponding Kindle ebook at Amazon, and are available through Audible and Apple iTunes as well.

Book Clubs

Contact me for discussion questions for your book club, or to see if I can join your group via Skype. I love meeting my readers!

Speaking of Readers…

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What’s New

My works in progress include a third Christmas novella, Christmas Peace, and an as-yet-untitled full length novel featuring Detective Chris Hasselback from Opal’s Jubilee. Look for the novella this fall (2017), and, with luck and hard work, the novel next spring (2018).

Meanwhile, in gratitude…

Thank you for stopping by!