Monday, August 18, 2014
TRIAL OF THE INNOCENT by Sara Mitchell
Eve Sheridan always had a suspicion about that man her sister married, Giles Dawson, and then took her off to England. Her sister's letters sound like things are not going well in the marriage and then the letters stop. Giles Dawson is not who he claims to be and Rebecca, the sister, is in way over her head. Will Eve arrive in England in time to save her sister?
Pinkerton detective Alex MacKay has suspicions of his own and at first thinks Eve is a part of the evil schemes of two men they have been trying to gain enough evidence on to convict. But Alex and Eve will have to learn to trust each other as they head to England to hopefully find her sister. There are men though that want them dead so it is a "watch your back" situation at all times.
This was a thrilling, suspenseful drama with a tender love story that develops, but in no way takes over the intriguing story line. As it says on the back cover of the book, "Will Eve's struggling faith to trust God despite all obstacles prove strong enough to prevail against the evil that surrounds her?" You will find out how strong a woman Eve really is as she endures much in this story.
Posted by Judy Glidden