Ezekiel Thunder, a disgraced preacher, moves his family into town in an attempt to resurrect his career. But after his infant son drowns, Amanda suspects it wasn't an accident. Now Amanda is on the case and she's determined to find the truth.
©2009 Claudia Mair Burney; (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC
African Diaspora Literary Fiction
The story began in an interesting way, but I quickly realized that without knowing it, I had selected a Christian Fiction book. I was afraid that it would be trite, shallow and heavy handed with an overly religious tone, but I was pleasantly surprised that it was not that way at all. The characters were nicely varied and the plot was as interesting as any other in the amateur sleuthing genre. I tired of the main character's complaints, at times, but overall, I would recommend this book to others as a good, entertaining suspenseful mystery.
I could not even get through the beginning of part 1. The story line, the characters, everything was unbelievable. Maybe it got better later, but I'll never know. I just couldn't listen to it.
Write a story with more believable characters
Couldn't listen long enough to say
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