Sally Cox is a recent divorcee and bitter about it. Financial difficulties only add to her unhappiness. During the course of her job as a nursing assistant at a nursing home, she meets Mrs. Rigsby and learns that the elderly woman has a large sum of money buried. Mrs. Rigsby makes Sally promise to give the money to the poor. Sally and her coworker, Karen, decide that THEY are the poor.
Good, Christian mystery with twists and turns and highly believable characters.
I enjoyed this book that deals with the pitfalls of financial worry, the wages of greed, and God who has promised to be a refuge from both. The story was original, intriguing and highly enjoyable. I look forward to reading more by this author of Christian fiction.
Rather than her series, this is a single book. It is a unique and compelling story line.
A unique plot, well written, a fun read that will keep you guessing.
I really enjoyed it!
I absolutely loved this book......highly recommend.
It was a great book. Could not put it down.
I liked the premise & thought the book would have explored more of the supernatural angle...but it just skimmed it. Turns out that guilty conscience will always take the form of a dark-shadow demonish type of entity haunting you at night. yeah right. spoiler alert.... I found it a little hard to swallow how EVERY character suddenly "found God" at the end. It was just ok for me.