Saturday, October 9, 2010


Another suspense/thriller by Brandilyn Collins. She is absolutely the best at bringing the reader to the edge of their seat! In this newest, "Deceit", we meet Joanne Weeks who is out to find the killer of her best friend. It has been seven long years and she is bound and determined to prove it was her husband, Baxter. Her body has never been found and the town's people are sure Baxter is innocent. After all, he is a Christian, a roll model and an outstanding business man in the community. But what Joanne isn't prepared for is all the deceit. She finds deceit around every corner and is now wondering just who should she trust. Joanne is a professional skip tracer. She is good at what she does and is going to use every resource she can find to prove Baxter is not the man he says, but is anyone really? Throughout this book you begin to question your own heart. Is it ever okay to lie? Is it ever okay to deceive another even when your trying to catch a killer? It is a question to ponder over. We pretend to walk a certain way, but are we as Christians any less guilty of deceiving others? Many times we are just as guilty for we are hiding in our deceit. This is one thriller you will grab on tight and keep turning pages until you too know who the killer is!
This book was a gift from Zondervan for it's review.


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