Friday, March 4, 2011

Evidence of Grace by Teresa Slack* A Review


A murder conviction sent Sally Blake’s killer to prison. Nearly thirty years after that fateful night, a phone call from a potential eyewitness may prove the wrong person is serving time for the crime. But what would drive someone to plead guilty to another man’s crime? Noel Wyatt enlists the help of a young attorney, and David Davis, the retired judge who once prosecuted the case, to put all the pieces of the puzzle together. If an eyewitness exists, where has he been for the last thirty years? Is it possible the killer did not act alone? Is that person covering up for the real killer? What evidence does the eyewitness have that might overthrow a murder conviction? Will justice come too late for the person convicted of Sally’s murder?

Paperback: 340 pages
Publisher: Tsaba House (May 9, 2007)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1933853484
ISBN-13: 978-1933853482
Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 6 x 0.8 inches
Shipping Weight: 1 pounds

Teresa D. Slack is a member of Christian Writers Fellowship Intl., Faith Christian Writers, and American Fiction Christian Writers, and is a highly sought after guest speaker at writers conferences. Evidence of Grace is her fifth novel. She lives in Southern Ohio with her husband.

Evidence of Grace is book 3 in the Jenna’s Creek series. I didn’t read the first two but it didn’t hinder me in reading this one. Evidence of Grace is a good stand alone book. This book has a lot of characters but it was easy to follow along with each one.
I really love murder mysteries and this one was a winner for me. It meant even more to me because it is set in Ohio, my home. I knew all of the towns and cities mentioned.
Evidence of Grace is many stories that wound themselves together in some way. It was neat these stories were completely stories by themselves but all came together in the end.
Evidence of Grace is a riveting story with many twists and turns and an unbelievable ending.
I recommend this as a very good mystery that is fast and easy to read. Very enjoyable.

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Teresa Slack said...

Thanks so much for sending me the link to your review. I'm pleased you enjoyed the book. My goal in writing the series was to write each book so they would contribute to the series, but also work well as a stand alone book for readers who jumped in in the middle. A fine line sometimes. Glad it worked for you.

There is so much amazing Christian fiction out there, you'll never run out of material for your blog. All the best and keep reading.

csthankful said...

Wow, this book sounds really fascinating. Love hearing about a book before reading to give an idea if it is worth the time or not....this one definately sounds well worth the time. Wahoo! Blessings, Connie Sue