“The direction your life takes
can often come down to
one moment in time.”
Elizabeth Goddard has created another great faith-based thriller set on the Eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains. Beginning with a plane crash in chapter one and ending with the cliff rescue in the book’s final moments, the author managed to hold this readers attention
With the focus of antiquities dating from the American west to the Middle East, we get glimpses of how lives are made through the decisions we make - whether they are made by people with hearts of gold or full of evil. Grayback County Sheriff Detective Jack Tanner and US Forest Service Special Agent Terra Connors both have made decisions that effect their lives even today, yet they will need to work together to find those responsible for the three deaths and the associated theft of ancient artifacts. In doing so they will need to face the decisions that they and their families have made in the past.
This “can’t put it down” book has a place in the church library, in the public library, and in the home of any reader looking for a colorful adventure. I give the book 5-stars.
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.