Book Reviews of So Dark The Night (Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense)

So Dark The Night (Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense)
So Dark The Night - Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense
Author: Margaret Daley
ISBN-13: 9780373442331
ISBN-10: 0373442335
Publication Date: 3/13/2007
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 17 ratings
Publisher: Steeple Hill
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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On a tragic night, photographer Emma St. James lost not only her vision but her memory. The police believed she'd witnessed her beloved brothers murder, but her mind refused to remember. She was lost and alone, until a stranger reached out withe a touch she couldn't see.
Rev, Colin Fitzpatrick would never forget the moment he saw Emma's lovely face just seconds before she ran out in front of his car. She'd been fleeing something--or someone--but she was his responsibility now. But the killer is desperate to find Emma, it would take divine intervention to keep them both alive.
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Enjoyed this - a good mixture of suspense and action.
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Great read about learning who God is and having faith. Plenty of suspense, lots of angles.
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Absolutely loved it. It caught my attention from the first page and kept it through the end.
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Book Description
A LONELY CABIN. DEADLY SECRETS. DANGER IN THE WOODS....On a tragic night, photographer Emma St. James lost not only her vision, but her memory. The police believed she'd witnessed her beloved brother's murder, but her mind refused to remember. She was lost and alone, until a stranger reached out with a touch she couldn't see. Rev. Colin Fitzpatrick would never forget the moment he saw Emma's lovely face just seconds before she ran out in front of his car. She'd been fleeing somethingor someonebut she was his responsibility now. But with the killers desperate to if nd Emma, it would take divine intervention to keep them both alive.