FREE SHIPPING $45+ Use Code: FREESHIP45 | Details

Home » Shop » Nothing to Hide – Patchwork Mysteries – Book 16
20% off

Nothing to Hide – Patchwork Mysteries – Book 16


When Sarah sees her long, lost friend, Ruby Sears, at Caitlin’s wedding, Sarah is eager to catch up with her and discuss everything that has happened in the past few years. However, even though Sarah saw Ruby talking to Ernie Maplethorpe, he denies that he ever saw her in the first place. Has Ruby truly returned to Maple Hill, and if so, why is she trying to hide? 


Product Name Qty


Nothing to Hide is the 16th book in the Patchwork Mysteries fiction series.

When Sarah stands up to read a poem at Caitlin Connolly’s wedding, she catches a glimpse of Ruby Sears, who she hasn’t seen for more than forty years, talking to Ernie Maplethrope at the back of the church. After the ceremony, Sarah tries to find Ruby, but she has disappeared. When Sarah asks Ernie about her, he denies having spoken to her. Sarah tries to find out more information about her old friend, but when she asks around, no one else will admit to having seen her. But there is plenty of evidence that Ruby has been in Maple Hill recently. And when rumors fly about activity at the old textile mill that Ruby’s family owned, Sarah knows there must be more going on than anyone is will to admit. Why is Ruby back in town, and why is she trying so hard to remain hidden? Can Sarah help her face the ghosts of her past? And what is it that Ruby has to hide?

About the Author

Susan Page Davis has published more than thirty novels in the historical romance, suspense, mystery, and romance genres. She’s a past winner of the American Christian Fiction Writer’s Book of the Year Contest (Carol Award), and a two-time winner of the Inspirational Readers’ Choice Contest. A Maine native, she now resides in Kentucky with her husband Jim, who is a freelance book editor. The two youngest of their children also live at home. The Davises have six brilliant and adorable grandchildren and an array of pets;: a black Labrador retriever cross, a calico cat, and a Tennessee Walker colt. Susan loves to read and do needle-work, logic puzzles, and genealogy research. She’s a long-time homeschooler and former school teacher Visit Susan at her Web site:

Scroll to Top