Wendi Stratford’s job as an accident reconstructionist is just one more enviable reflection of her ideal life. She’s got it all—perfect career, perfect looks, perfect husband, perfect home, perfect faith. There’s just one problem: it’s all a sham, right down to her bleached-blonde hair.
So Wendi hatches an impulsive and exhilarating plan to break free of the lie she’s been living—only to watch her hopes die in a terrible accident. But as she sifts through the wreckage, Wendi comes to a shocking conclusion. This was no accident.
The quest is on to learn the truth, but the truth could be deadly. And now someone is leaving Wendi clues at accident scenes, clues that could lead her straight into a killer’s hands. With her life on the line, Wendi must find strength in a faith that until now had been merely an accessory to her storybook life.
With engaging characters swept into a millrace of mystery and suspense, Harry Kraus’ new novel is. . .perfect.
File Size: 510 KB
Print Length: 337 pages
Page Numbers Source ISBN: 031027284X
Simultaneous Device Usage: Up to 5 simultaneous devices, per publisher limits
Publisher: Zondervan (August 30, 2009)
Sold by: HarperCollins Publishing
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
As a board-certified surgeon, Harry Kraus has divided his professional life between Virginia and East Africa. His novel, "Could I Have This Dance?" was the number one CBA bestseller in the contemporary category. His novels are laced with his signature of medical realism. He has been both an ACFW Book of the Year and Christie Award for Inspirational Fiction finalist.
Harry loves miniature Schnauzers and motorcycles and is passionate about spreading the good news of GRACE. In addition to his love of writing fiction, he has written three non-fiction books: "Breathing Grace," "The Cure," and "Domesticated Jesus."
Visit his website: www.harrykraus.com for information about books and to read his blog: Field Notes.
Visit his blog: www.3menwalkintoablog.com
You can join Harry Kraus Readers Group on Facebook and become Harry's FB friend. His listing is Harry Lee Kraus.
Perfect by Harry Kraus is a really good book, but I didn’t like the ending. I really enjoyed most of the book though.
Wendi is really good at her job, as an accident reconstructionist. She can read the cars, roads and know how fast someone was going. If they were braking or going faster etc.. She knows her job well.
Wendi is tried of being the perfect daughter, wife, doctors wife and plans to change her life. She makes many very bad decisions, but in the end they all work out.
Perfect shows us that when you build a web of deciect you will get caught. This book has many, many webs. Also when you think your life is horrible it may be you that is wrong or going through a bad time, not because you have a bad life.
Perfect is really interesting, but not a favorite. I do recommend that you read it though.
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This is my own book and no one asked me to review it.