How far would you go to rescue your grandchild and redeem your long dead spouse?
Detective Jerry Strickland and his wife Rebecca shared a secret calling. When Rebecca died of cancer in prison - branded as a disturbed vigilante after killing one of his murder suspects - Jerry knew he needed to put the truth in writing to set the record straight.
Now, as an old man nearing his own demise, Jerry is unsure whether to share his narrative about Rebecca with the world. But when his eight-year-old granddaughter Marnee disappears, Jerry learns she's been taken by someone close to the killer depicted in the pages hidden in his dresser drawer.
It's time for Jerry to finish the story - by confronting an evil that threatens Marnee's life and the lives of everyone around her. And by placing his faith in a higher power to redeem the love for Rebecca in his heart.
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A truly gripping crime thriller right from the first beginning to end. The main character is an elderly gentleman.A young girl is kidnapped and the event is connected to one of her grandfathers old homicide cases and his wife, who died whilst in prison for killing a serial child killer. The story was solid and well written enough to survive without that added horrific dimension of violence.
- jey cee
The Blue Hallelujah
This was a really good book!It was full of suspense and intrigue.A girl goes missing from a Day Camp.Was it random?Related to her grandmothers past?Something else?Read it to find out!My only qualm about this book was all the praying.I do not see that this is a 'Christian book'.After the first few mentions we KNOW people are praying throughout.It does not need to be mentioned over and over.
Steve Rimpici was an excellent narrator!
I was gifted a copy through Audioblast for an honest review.