Hannon, Irene. Deceived. Grand Rapids, MI: Revell Publishing. 2014.
Kate Marshall turns to PI Connor Sullivan in the hopes of recovering her young son who she presumed dead in an accident. Is it possible she really saw him at the mall? Is it possible he could still be alive? Is it possible she just may be going crazy? A boating accident, a missing child, a grieving mother and lots of secrets all contribute to a fast-paced story in Deceived…
A PENNY FOR MY THOUGHTS:
I was caught up in the plot from the first few pages and they continued to turn quickly throughout the entire book. I appreciated the overall thought process of God being in control, having a Master Plan for each life and being able to trust in God when no one else on earth could be trusted. The witnessing of God and faith in the book was subtle yet definite. Along with the twists and unexpected turns in the storyline, there was also a new concept I had never considered before and am still pondering. A new author for me, this will definitely not be the last book I read from Irene Hannon. Part of the Private Justice series, I read Deceived out of series order but I was unaware of it until I looked for her other books. A well-written suspenseful Christian novel!
5 (out of 5) pennies
*I received a complimentary copy of Deceived from Revell for my honest review*