Monday, November 21, 2011

Pieces of Light

Detective Dinah Harris hunts down a serial bomber targeting religious icons and buildings. The bomber is on a mission to rid the city of religion and establish a 'new world order'. Can someone so intent on ridding the world of God experience redemption? What lies behind his hatred of God? Will his darkened soul search for pieces of light?

The first two books of the series, Deadly Disclosures and The Shadowed Mind reveal the amazing grace of God while showcasing a world losing sight of Him. In Pieces of Light, Cave’s continues her compelling storylines using believable characters and realistic situations to:
  • Identify the importance of living under the authority of the Bible
  • Deliver a Biblical worldview perspective to current events
  • Illustrate the power of Jesus’s sacrifice and desire to redeem every life
  • Provide believers a resource easy to share with skeptics
Recently, Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis described The Shadowed Mind (book two) as "another nail-biting mystery with an incredibly powerful message about God’s authoritative Word."

Julie Cave is a Christian Australian author determined to share the authority of the Bible and love of God. By writing fiction, she teaches both the Christian and skeptic the power of God's word and the saving love of Christ.

Book Review

I was really sad to find out this is the final book in the Dinah Harris mystery series.  Julie Cave has really hit her stride in writing these books.    I hope that she will continue to write to mysteries!     Despite being the third book in a series, you really don't need to read the first two although you will want to after reading this one.

As in the previous books, this book centers around Dinah Harris.    She is a former FBI agent who is so well known for her expertise she is brought back to consult on major cases.    There is a reason she isn't an agent anymore and plays a significant role in developing the story, but I won't reveal that here.

The case in this book centers around someone bombing churches.     Their goal is obviously to find the bomber before he strikes again and more people die.    The heart of the "argument" in this book is the separation between church and state.    It is an argument you have probably heard one or twice before.    However, you will definitely have a Biblical worldview perspective after reading this entertaining book!

I was provided a complimentary book of this book to review by New Leaf Publishing.

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