The murder was ugly. The killer was sure no one saw him.Someone did. In a horrifying vision, Chelsea Adams has relived the victim's last moments. But who will believe her? Certainly not the police, who must rely on hard evidence. Nor her husband, who barely tolerates Chelsea's newfound Christian faith. Besides, he's about to hire the man who Chelsea is certain is the killer to be a vice president in his company.
I enjoyed the story, and I do believe that thing's like that happen, certain people can get insights from God....and I Liked the fact that there were ..Show More »Christian people in the story..« Show Less
Chelsea Adams has visions. But they have no place in a courtroom. As a juror for a murder trial, Chelsea must rely only on the evidence. And this circumstantial evidence is strong - Darren Welk killed his wife.Or did he? The trial is a nightmare for Chelsea. The other jurors belittle her Christian faith. As testimony unfolds, truth and secrets blur. Chelsea's visiting niece stumbles into peril surrounding the case, and Chelsea cannot protect her. God sends visions - frightening, vivid. But what do they mean? Even as Chelsea finds out, what can she do?
The story line had many twists and turns. It kept my interest from beginning to end.... good to be reminded that God almighty works through prayer an..Show More »d behind the scenes! My favorite book so far!« Show Less