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Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt Stop #14

Updated: Oct 20, 2021

Welcome to the Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt! If you’ve just discovered the hunt, be sure to start at Stop #1, and collect the clues through all the stops, in order, so you can enter to win one of our top 5 grand prizes!

· The hunt BEGINS on 10/21 at noon MST with Stop #1 at

· Hunt through our loop using Chrome or Firefox as your browser (not Explorer).

· There is NO RUSH to complete the hunt—you have all weekend (until Sunday, 10/24 at midnight MST)! So take your time, reading the unique posts along the way; our hope is that you discover new authors/new books and learn new things about them.

· Submit your entry for the grand prizes by collecting the CLUE on each author’s scavenger hunt post and submitting your answer in the Rafflecopter form at the final stop, back on Lisa’s site. Many authors are offering additional prizes along the way!

Hey all! Jaime Jo Wright here and I'm so glad you're taking part in this Scavenger Hunt! I am a writer of Gothic Dual Time mysteries. I love all things Edgar Allan Poe, cats, living in the woods, and coffee. Must. Have. Coffee.

A little about my latest release: In 1885, Adria arrives at Foxglove Manor to recover goods her father pirated. The sinister dwelling holds dark secrets that threaten her life. More than 130 years later, Kailey works at the senior home in the renovated mansion where she hears whispers of hidden treasure. Will she risk everything to banish past demons?

Finding Treasure in History . . . have any of you ever gone exploring with a metal detector? Watched those shows on the HISTORY channel all about lost treasure? I love treasure hunts. Personally, I've always wanted to treasure hunt for Roman artifacts in England. I am fascinated by the presence of Rome and how far their military reach extended.

The fact you're on this scavenger hunt is, in and of itself, proof you enjoy the hunt!

In On the Cliffs of Foxglove Manor, I was enamored by the concept of hidden gold. The Confederacy was a strong movement during the Civil War and there was much wealth distributed by various channels in an effort not only to fund the South's part in the war, but to protect their wealth.

I was also intrigued to discover the impact the Civil War had on the Great Lakes. It was not something I'd ever envisioned having any impact on the Civil War, and yet, the Great Lakes played a pivotal role for both the Union and the Confederacy.

Research and historical nuggets of treasure are perhaps the best part of being a writer. Finding all the little who-knews in history, being able to unravel fractions of people we may not normally hear of, and finding little known secrets . . . it's a treasure hunt of epic proportions and one we all can take part of!

Here’s the Stop #14 Basics:

If you’re interested, you can order On the Cliffs of Foxglove Manor at Baker Book House, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, CBD or at your local bookstore!

ALSO! Be sure to sign-up for my newsletter! Once you have, send me an email at and you'll be entered to WIN AN AUTOGRAPHED COPY of Foxglove Manor! (USA entries only)

Clue to Write Down: feet up,

Link to Stop #15, the Next Stop on the Loop: Erica Vetsch's site!