Rachel Dylan has created one of the best faith based, romantic thrillers that I have read. It has enough believable twists and turns to keep the most devoted suspense reader on the edge of his or her seat from the first page (“My friend was murdered”) to the very end (“Unscathed, Noah ran to her and guided her out from behind the desk as police officers swarmed into the room. “Your safe now,” he whispered ...).
The book easily falls into the same tradition as John Grisham and Robert Whitlow - and misses many of the flaws I found in Ms. Dylan’s earlier work, Lone Witness. Those who enjoy romantic suspense will find this book a thrilling read. In addition, the book is recommended for most church libraries with a section focused on fiction as well as most local public libraries. Believers may find this to be a good gift for their unbelieving friends, not to be given as a “trick” gift, but as a really good read that may get others to think about their faith.
This review is based on a free electronic copy provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review. The opinions expressed are my own.