Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Book Review: "Dead of Night" by Brandilyn Collins

As a serial killer has her town in fear, sketch artist Annie Kingston draws the faces of the victims and tries to help solve the case. Annie not only wants to help stop a killer, she is also afraid that it may involve the trouble her son Steven has recently gotten himself into, particularly when the killer strikes close to home.  The whole town is praying that the killer will be caught.

A very  suspenseful story of good vs. evil that personifies the power of prayer and faith.

If you enjoy a good murder mystery without the sordid and offensive content that is so prevalent in today's media, I urge you to try Ms. Collins' novels.  She manages to provide Christian-themed murder mysteries you won't be able to put down.

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