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Presumed Guilty

Narrated by: Rob Lamont
Length: 8 hrs and 28 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
4 out of 5 stars (35 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Dallas Hamilton's perfect world is torn apart when her husband, a rising superstar in the evangelical world, is arrested for the murder of a porn star.
©2006 James Scott Bell (P)2007 Zondervan

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  • James
  • Collierville, TN, United States
  • 05-17-09

A great mystery

You will love the mystery and you will be surprised. Even if you are not a Christian you will enjoy seeing how these characters express their faith as they face overwhelming trials.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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Good author

I'd like to read more by this author. I never want to hear this narrator again.

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Bad Narration makes this book bad

I had a hard time getting into this book mainly because of the narrator.

In parts the narrator would rush through the book; in other parts he would speak in a monatone voice. Which made this book for me hard to listen to.

I'm not sure if the book it was good itself because I just couldn't finish it.

1 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Cliché Christian Book

I will start off saying that this book is very well written and had no problem with any grammar and the story flowed well.

That being said, this story is a cliché example of modern christian literature. The characters are very 2-dimensional with no depth to there personalities. The story itself was incredibly predictable. You can tell from the first few chapters what relationships are going to form, who the bad guys are, and even how they pulled it off. To compensate, the author throws in wild and unrealistic plot twists that pushes the story that much farther into the realm of unreality.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful