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Rachel Scott McDaniel Books In Order

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Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Above the Fold (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Red Canary (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Mobster's Daughter (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Walking on Hidden Wings (2024)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Doors To The Past Books

The Lady in Residence (By: Allison Pittman) (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Hope Between the Pages (By: Pepper D. Basham) (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Bridge of Gold (By: Kimberley Woodhouse) (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Undercurrent of Secrets (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Behind Love's Wall (By: Carrie Fancett Pagels) (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
High-Wire Heartbreak (By: Anna Schmidt) (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Love's Fortress (By: Jennifer Uhlarik) (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
A Promise Engraved (By: Liz Tolsma) (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Laura's Shadow (By: Allison Pittman) (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Passages of Hope (By: Terri J. Haynes) (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
In Spotlight and Shadow (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Keys to Gramercy Park (By: Candice Sue Patterson) (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Heroines of WWII Books

with Lauralee Bliss, Debby Lee, MaryDavis, Patty Smith Hall
Saving Mrs. Roosevelt: Heroines of WWII (By: Candice Sue Patterson) (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Heroines of WWII Books

The Cryptographer’s Dilemma (By: Johnnie Alexander) (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
A Picture of Hope (By: Liz Tolsma) (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Saving Mrs. Roosevelt (By: Candice Sue Patterson) (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Mrs. Witherspoon Goes to War (By: MaryDavis) (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
A Rose for the Resistance (By: Angela K Couch) (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Season of My Enemy (By: Naomi Dawn Musch) (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Escape Game (By: Marilyn Turk) (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Beneath a Peaceful Moon (By: Debby Lee) (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Starlet Spy (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Anthologies

Something Borrowed(2024)Description / Buy at Amazon

Rachel Scott McDaniel is Christian inspirational fiction and historical romance author. The author has won many awards over the years including a Romance Writers of America Touched by Love award and the ACFW Genesis Award.

She has made a name for herself by infusing a lot of heart and faith into her many novels. Rachel published “Above the Fold” her debut novel in 2019 and does not show signs of slowing down.

In addition to her one novel, she has also published the novel “Undercurrent of Secrets” in the “Doors to the Past” series of novels. McDaniel has said that as a Christian romance fiction author, she writes to refresh the souls and inspire the minds of her readers.

Given that she is a huge lover of intrigue, suspense and mystery she will often incorporate these elements into her novels.

She currently works with the Seymour Agency and has been represented by Julie Gwinn for several years now. Rachel currently makes her home in Ohio, where she lives with her husband and two children.

When she is not writing her novels, she can usually be found watching classic movies and interacting with fellow book enthusiasts.

She also sometimes reads historical and contemporary romances from the likes of Courtney Walsh, Sarah Sundin, Pepper Basham, and Regina Jennings among many others.

Despite Rachel Scott McDaniel’s success with her novels, she had a difficult journey toward getting published just like many of her contemporaries.
Just like most brand new authors, she did not know much when she first started writing. She did a lot of things wrong as she never took time to learn the craft of writing and broke all manner of writing rules.

Her first manuscript was horrible but the thing is she did not know it was that awful and sent it to friends, family, and even her boss. She still cringes when she thinks about it.

Thankfully, she also submitted to a national creative writing contest and the reviewers were brutal in their feedback. The feedback was critical in helping her turn things around.

She would then subscribe to writing blogs, buy books attend writing conferences, and started working with a writing partner.

Subsequently, she managed to finish a new manuscript and got herself an agent. The agent was very good at her job as she took her manuscripts to several publishing houses.

She finally got “Above the Fold” her debut novel published by the traditional publishing house Lighthouse of the Carolinas.

Rachel Scott McDaniel’s novel “Undercurrent of Secrets” is a beautiful story of two women. They are living about 100 years apart from each author and are bound by a haunting secret originating from a legendary steamboat.

At the opening of the novel, we are introduced to Devyn Asbury, a woman who works on “The Belle of Louisville,” a 100-year-old steamboat as a wedding coordinator.

She loves that she makes the dreams of others come true, even though her own engagement had collapsed like a house of cards only a few years earlier.
When her boat is listed as a finalist in one of the premier wedding contests in the country, she works hard to ensure the Belle comes first. She hopes that by doing this she could achieve what are loftier goals.

But she never imagined Chase Jones would show up with a strange photo from the early 1920s.

A hundred years earlier, there was a woman named Hattie Louis that was as wild as the rivers where she was raised. Since she was the adopted daughter of the captain of a steamboat, she was placed in charge of the food and entertainment on board.

When some strange incidents are reported on board the steamboat, she investigates but that means that she gets under the skin of the very handsome Jack Marshall, the First Mate.

“Above the Fold” by Rachel Scott McDaniel is a brilliant romance story of Elissa Tillman. She may be confined to working as a secretary but in her heart, she always fantasizes about getting the big story, that will propel her father’s paper back to the top.

Things become very interesting when a millionaire inventor is supposedly killed and she finally convinces her father to let her work the case.

However, her father tells her that she will need to compete with other journalists to get her story above the fold.

She will need to outshine veteran journalists. To her dismay, she learns that her biggest competitor is none other than high-profile journalist Cole Parker, whom she once had a thing with.

When he had lost his job at the New York Dispatch, he had been embarrassed. But now has a chance to redeem himself but all he can think of is the opportunity to get back with Lisa.

He needs to take part in a contest against Lisa who cannot wait to beat him, as she seees him as an enemy to her heart and her dreams. Will he be able to convince her that he is a changed man?

Rachel Scott McDaniel’s novel “The Canary” introduces Mick Dinelo, a sergeant that works in protective custody. He has been charged with protecting a key witness in one of the most gruesome murders in the city.

But when he reports for duty, he finds that his charge is a ravishing beauty that the media has christened the red canary. Vera Pembroke is a woman that works in night entertainment spots that has made some serious allegations.

She has told the police that she can give them information on who was responsible for the murder of The Kelly Club’s manager. He takes Vera to an offsite location given that she is in great danger.

While she portrays a fearless pose, Mick knows that she is scared and vulnerable. He needs to convince her to spill the beans on the events of that night in the club.

But he soon realizes that Vera does not trust anyone and Mick hits a brick wall. It does seem that he may have to be completely honest with her if he is to get any useful information.

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