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Friday, December 18, 2009

Fiction Friday: Shattered Justice

Shattered Justice by my friend, Karen Ball, isn’t what I’d call Christmas reading, but it is deep, profound, and well written. Buy it for Christmas and read it in January. Karen is one of the best fiction editors in the business, and obviously a great writer as well.

In response to a tragedy in his life, Dan Justice becomes the deputy sheriff the small town of Sanctuary, Oregon, a sleepy village where everyone seems to know everyone else. His children gradually adapt and the family reaches out to a troubled youth. There is even a hint of romance. Then tragedy strikes again, challenging Dan’s fragile faith and sending him into a dark fog. How can he overcome this latest blow to his life? Can Dan find sanctuary in the light of God’s justice?

This book is the first in The Family Honor Series trilogy. I just picked up the second book, A Test of Faith. Can’t wait to read it!


2 comment(s):

Pat, thanks so much for the great endorsement on SJ. I really appreciate it. Just one note: A Test of Faith isn't the next book in the series. It's a standalone about a woman and her daughter, their relational struggles. The other books in the Family Honor series are Kaleidoscope Eyes and What Lies Within.

Thanks again!


By Blogger Karen B., at 4:59 PM  

Oops! So next is "Kaleidoscope Eyes?" Got that one. Need to get "What Lies Within."I'm liking this series. Thanks for dropping by!

By Blogger Pat, at 6:21 PM  

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