Stealing Jenny by Ellen Gable

Mentally unstable infertile woman kidnaps pregnant mother of five

Stealing jenny

After three heartbreaking miscarriages, Tom and Jenny Callahan are happily anticipating the birth of their sixth child. A neighbor, however, is secretly hatching a sinister plot which will find Jenny and her unborn baby fighting for their lives.

“Stealing Jenny is a gripping novel filled with engaging characters, a compelling mystery and a message which underscores the precious dignity of life. I literally couldn’t put it down and give Stealing Jenny my highest recommendation.” Lisa M. Hendey, author of “A Book of Saints for Catholic Moms”

“Ellen Gable is a masterful storyteller.Stealing Jenny is a smoothly written, chilling tale of gripping suspense. There are terrifying moments and heart-wrenching moments. Catholic faith and hope are tested. Above all, the sacredness and privilege of precious new life is made indisputably evident I never wanted it to end!” Therese Heckenkamp

“Stealing Jenny will keep you on the edge of your seat and probably destroy your sleep pattern as you stay up to find out what happens." Sarah Reinhard, author, “Welcome Baby Jesus: Advent and Christmas Reflections for Families”

Genre: FICTION / Christian / Suspense

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Crime

Language: English

Keywords: kidnapping, suspense, religious inspirational, Catholic fiction, prolife

Word Count: 55,000

Sales info:

In the past year, book sales have been small but steady. However, up until 2016, Stealing Jenny had over 100,000 (paid) downloads over the course of three and a half years. Ranking is 4.3 based on 618 reviews.
 


Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

LanguageStatus
French
Already translated. Translated by Anis Meg.
Italian
Already translated. Translated by Daniela Mastropasqua and Adelia Marino
Author review:
Excellent translator-editor team, easy to work with, great communication!!
Portuguese
Already translated. Translated by Ramon Vitor da Costa
Author review:
Easy to work with and very conscientious!
Spanish
Already translated. Translated by Saskia Di Stefano
Author review:
Easy to work with and very thorough! Highly recommend!!

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