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Publisher's Summary

Successful attorney Sam Trask is stunned when a voice from the past threatens to use secrets from Sams youth to destroy him. The law offers Sam no protection, leaving him one way to save his family and the heart of his life and faith: take the law into his own hands.
©2007 James Scott Bell (P)2009 Zondervan

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  • 09-01-18

Basis of story is good. (No profanity or sex.)

The first JSB book I read, I loved. The second one had a horrible narrator; and this one was too juvenile in parts. There were definitely some, "you have got to be kidding me" moments. There is a point at the end where you will go nuts when someone is looking for something to use for something. (That's all I will say.) But, it is an OK listen, even though it is a too "by the book" mystery/suspense novel. by the way, JSB wrote a book on how to write a book. I haven't read it. Because I am afraid I will see the pattern in his books and that will really ruin it for me. So, even though I am not overly thrilled by this book, I will keep reading his because he does not use profanity or sex.

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Not his best book

In my opinion this was not James Scott Bells best book but it was okay. I would rather buy Try Dying, Try Fear on audiobooks, now those are books worth listening to over and over.