Rubik’s Cube of Interlocking Crimes

A Promise to Protect by Patricia Bradley:  A Book Review

Author Patricia Bradley has created a page-turning Rubik’s Cube of interlocking crimes.  The book starts out with a bang — literally, as Dr. Leigh Somerall’s beloved brother is murdered at gunpoint.  Was his murderer connected somehow to the shots fired at Leigh?  Or was the target really Sheriff Ben Logan?

The town of Logan Point looks on as Ben and Lee sort through the rubble of two fires, the complexities of their past relationship (Can it be rekindled?), and the social complications of small town living where everybody knows your name — and your business.

Best of all Patricia Bradley drives a stake into the eternal truth of God’s sovereignty.  Overcome by mystery, loss,  and life-threatening events, Sheriff Ben and Dr. Leigh affirm that God does not make mistakes, and that He is able to handle the aftermath of poor choices.  The real mystery in A Promise to Protect is the miracle of forgiveness.

I received this book free from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group. The opinions I have expressed are my own, and I was not required to write a positive review. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/cfr/waisidx_03/16cfr255_03.html.

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Michele Morin

Michele Morin is a teacher, blogger, reader, and gardener who finds joy in sitting at a table surrounded by women with open Bibles. She has been married to an unreasonably patient husband for over 25 years, and their four children are growing up at an alarming rate. Michele loves hot tea and well-crafted sentences, poems that stop her in her tracks and days at the ocean with the whole family. She laments biblical illiteracy and advocates for the prudent use of “little minutes.” She blogs at Living Our Days, and you can connect with her on Facebook or Twitter.

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