About the Book:
There are several themes explored in this novel. Marital difficulty is one. Grief over loss, whether by death or divorce, is another. The investigation into the cold case takes place in a small town so gossip and making judgments are more issues. And there is ultimately the issue of forgiveness. Christian faith is an important element to many of the characters.
Nelson has an engaging writing style and the novel kept my interest to the very end. The solving of the mystery was made possible by information revealed near the end so there was really no clues to help readers figure it out ahead of time, something we mystery lovers find a worthy challenge.
About the Author:
Christina is over-the-top about her passions, including the stories created somewhere in the twists and turns of her less-than-focused brain. When she's not writing, Christina serves on the board of Every Child Linn-Benton, a nonprofit where she has the opportunity to influence the lives of families and children in the foster care system.
(My star ratings: 5-I love it, 4-I like it, 3-It's OK, 2-I don't like it, 1-I hate it.)