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Saturday, January 20, 2007

My review of Original Sin by Brandt Dodson...

Product Description:

After being fired from the FBI, Colton Parker tries to make it as a private investigator. His first client, Angie Howe, has enough money to pay him only one day's wages, but she's desperate to get her boyfriend cleared of murdering his aunt. Will Colton be able to defeat local crime bosses, street thugs, and shifty accountants to get to the truth?

My review:

Original Sin
by Brandt Dodson is a real page turner. In some ways I couldn't even tell it was a Christian book. I don't mean that in a bad way. The subject matter (internet pornography) is just one subject that most publishers don't want to touch. I thought the author did an excellent job developing a riveting plot, believable characters, and situations that leave you on the edge of your seat. What impressed me most about this book was how the author took the reader to a deeper place; delving into the meaning of life and a sense of purpose that everyone seeks. He had the main character taking an honest look at his own life, and I was moved by the things Colton learned about himself and his own sinful heart. This story ranks high on my list of favorite mystery/suspense novels and I highly recommend it. I'm looking forward to reading the sequel Seventy Times Seven. If it's anything like this debut novel, it'll be worth every minute of my time.

Original Sin was published by Harvest House and released in March 2006.

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