Monday, March 1, 2010
Another Great Review for A DEADLY WILDERNESS
Join me in congratulating Kelly Irvin for her outstanding success with her debut novel.
A DEADLY WILDERNESS
by Kelly Irvin
RT Rating: * * * *
Publisher: FIVE STAR
Published: January 2010
Type: Romantic Suspense
Irvin imparts important lessons about putting your faith in God, and she has a subtle way of teaching them without being preachy. In the process Irvin never neglects the story, which combines a good mystery with strong interpersonal relationships.
Summary: Police officer Ray Johnson is enjoying a much-needed break from investigating murders when he stumbles onto a dead body while hiking. Unfortunately, he's with his girlfriend's 8-year-old son, and Susana is furious with him for endangering Marco's life.
Ray is caught between a job he finds rewarding and Susana, who wants him in a safer line of work. As Ray becomes immersed in trying to solve multiple murders, he prays that Susana will accept his job and give their relationship another chance. (FIVE STAR, Jan., 354 pp., $25.95)
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