The Right Call Paperback
Sophie Trace Trilogy 3
by Kathy Herman;
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The Right Call
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Before Ethan has time to settle in, a series of random shootings leaves someone he loves dead. The police have no suspects. While Ethan scrambles to make sense of it, a coworker takes him aside and divulges a shocking secret that could break the case-but would imperil the lives of those Ethan's come to love. Then when the coworker is discovered dead, Ethan is pulled still deeper into the mystery. Going to the police with what he knows endangers Vanessa and Carter . . . yet not telling them is just as dangerous. He's been dealt a risky hand in a game for which he doesn't know the rules. Will he make the right call?
The Right Call by Kathy Herman was published by David C Cook in April 2010 and is our 36645th best seller. The ISBN for The Right Call is 9781434767844.
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The Right CallSarah Broady, via The Good Book Stall
The final chapter of the Sophie Trace Trilogy, The Right Call, is an intriguing amalgamation of murder, romance and Christian values. The scene is set in a small American town where main character, Ethan Langley, had expected to spend a care-free summer with his girlfriend, Vanessa and her baby boy, Carter. However, nothing could have prepared him for the shock when four young people were murdered in cold blood– one of whom was especially close to his heart. Could Vanessa’s mother, Chief of Police Brill Jessup, solve the case before any more innocent lives were lost?
In the first few chapters, new characters are introduced at quite a quick pace and it might seem a little confusing if you aren't familiar with the first two books of the trilogy. However, the author (Kathy Herman) includes sufficient background information for the book to be read as a stand-alone title. I enjoyed the fact that the Christian element of the story wasn’t clich&éacute;d or preachy. Faith was integrated throughout the book as a way of people responding to what was happening in their lives. ‘Arrow’ prayers were often shot up to God at times of real difficulty – I liked the reality of that. I also valued the story’s message that God can use even the most painful of situations to work things out for his good purposes.
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Details for The Right Call
|Page last updated||9th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Kathy Herman|
|Publisher||David C Cook (April 2010)|
|Number of Pages||390|