Friday, July 22, 2011

Book Review: "Stain of Guilt" by Brandilyn Collins

When popular TV show American Fugitive does an update on a 20 year-old murder case, they engage forensic artist Annie Kingston to draw an age-progressed image of the main suspect, Bill Bland. In order to do this, Annie must immerse herself in the mind of Bland.  But there is someone who doesn't want Annie to complete the drawing; she soon finds herself, and her family, in danger.  Annie is determined to finish it, and, after years of non-believing, she turns to God for help.  Will Annie fish the drawing in time for the show?  Who is trying to stop her from finishing it?

This story combines lots of suspense with good character  development, and the result is a captivating story you won't be able to put down. 

Ms. Collins once again proves that it is possible to create a good murder mystery without the sordid content that is so prevalent in today's media.  I especially appreciate the Christian theme that defines her stories.

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