Sunday, May 5, 2013

Last Chance for Justice by Kathi Macias

This novel is as peaceful as the town in which it takes place.

Lynn had left Bloomfield decades ago when she fell in love with and married a fellow who had been visiting the small town for the summer. She'd never regretted the move and the years she had with her wonderful husband. But now he was gone.

Lynn receives world that her older brother has died. He has left her the old house next to the cemetery. Her daughter just having graduated from Bible college, Lynn decides to take her and go back to Bloomfield to settle the estate.

While they are there, a mystery beckons and romance teases.

This is a quiet, slow moving novel. There are no sudden developments, no exciting turns in the plot. Nothing in this novel will raise your blood pressure. The characters are very firm in their Christian belief and it is an essential part of the novel. Somehow, at the end, it is a good novel. It is one of those that makes you want to get a cup of tea and enjoy how God works in people's lives.

Kathi Macias is a multiple award-winning novelist and was named 2011 Author of the Year at A popular speaker, she and her husband live in Homeland, California. Find out more at

B&H Publishers, 320 pages.

I received a complimentary egalley from the publisher for the purpose of this review.

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