Henderson, Pettrey, and Eason expertly weaves their stories with believe-able characters, tightly-woven suspense, and faith elements. Although shorter than a full-length novel, they make for an edge-of-your seat reading thrill ride. In each story, faith in relationships is broken as they experience betrayal by those closest to them. Betrayal comes from friends and family, those closest to them — yet God can bring good out of the evil dealt to the injured parties.
Two of the novellas give the reader a chance to meet old friends (from previous books by the author). While each could be read alone, together they make a winning combination of mystery, action, and suspense. Comparing the three, Eason’s and Pettrey’s novellas are slightly better than Henderson’s, but Henderson’s novella is better than her last few full-length novels. Currently only available as an ebook, each novella will be published as a print volume in early 2019.
Recommended for public libraries and suspense fans.
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