Monday, February 3, 2014

No One To Trust - A Review

A Review

A book that has combined the best of Mission Impossible and In Plain Sight.  A newly married couple finds themselves threatened by a past that David Hackett, or was his name Kyle Abernathy, had not disclosed to his wife.  Now under the somewhat crippled watch of the U.S. Marshall Services Witness Protection Service, they must survive the assults which come from both friends and foes.

The David Hackett is a new believer, who in the midst of his family’s troubles, must learn to trust a God that he is only slowly beginning to understand.  His wife, whose faith is more deeply ingrained, must learn to trust a man who has lied to her - something that has not worked well in the past - And now?  Who knows?

The book will appeal to the believer as we see believers struggle with life’s challenges.  But the faith element is not so overwhelming that it will drive away those who are looking for a good thriller to read.  Though Ms. Eason is an accomplished writer, this is the first book that I have read from her.  I will hope to read more in the future.
This review is based on a free electronic copy provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review.  The opinions expressed are mine alone.  

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