Monday, August 29, 2016

The Witnesses by Robert Whitlow

If it's possible to have an author crush Robert Whitlow would be mine. I admire this author so very much. He has taken me on such marvelous journeys. I fell in love with his writing style with The Tides of Truth Series and fell head over heels after reading The Alexia Lindale Series. Both totally different, but each held such beauty. Jimmy is another favorite, along with Mountain Top.

Whitlow has a high standard of writing. He takes the reader on a journey with depth and detail. He brings out the inner strengths and struggles of each character. Absolutely everything holds value with his writing. 

With his latest legal writings he brings triumph over tragedy. With the truths about the law alone they would be fascinating. Add in the history with The Witnesses and you have a masterpiece. This story is absolutely amazing in every possible way. I am never left wishing I'd chosen another book with Whitlow doing the writing. He captured by attention from the first pages. This is just one I didn't want to put down. I was excited every time I had a bit of quiet. In the kitchen while cooking I had this book in my hand. Cleaning? Who needs to be so busy with a Robert Whitlow book in the waiting!

Seriously though. This novel unfolds with perfect timing. I so loved Parker House, but even more so I loved his grandfather. The intrigue behind the WWII stories being shared was fascinating. This is a well developed novel with a story that easily flows from past to present. 

I would suggest Robert Whitlow over and over again. This one is a masterpiece and one you shouldn't miss! I was so moved by these characters. So much about them stands out. Unforgettable indeed!

This novel was a gift from Thomas Nelson for sharing my review with you.

Robert Whitlow is the bestselling author of legal novels set in the South and winner of the Christy Award for Contemporary Fiction. He received his J.D. with honors from the University of Georgia School of Law where he served on the staff of the Georgia Law Review. www.robertwhitlow.com 

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