Book Reviews of Presumed Guilty

Presumed Guilty
Presumed Guilty
Author: James Scott Bell
ISBN-13: 9780310253310
ISBN-10: 0310253314
Publication Date: 4/1/2006
Pages: 320
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 60 ratings
Publisher: Zondervan
Book Type: Paperback
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This was a great suspense and hard to put down. A lot of scripture put into this also. I like how some of the characters clung to God no matter what.
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Great suspense novel with lots of twists and turns!
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Very good book!! Lots of twists and turns. Just when you think you figured out what happened, it changes. I recommend this book!!
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Great book. Easy to read, unpretentious. I enjoyed every minute. Bell's writing is direct and believable. I didn't have to skip any pages!!!
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This book is great, I love the constant scripture and the great insight, and it kept me up til 3 in the morning because I wanted to find out what was going to happen.
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Very thought provoking read. Worth the time spent reading it.
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I read this book in under three days! I would have read it straight through but I am a mom to five kids under 7 so Ithey needed my attention!

This book was written well and had so many twists in it. It was crazy.

A friend bought this book and after I finished it I called to see if she had read it and she said that she too read it in three days.

Good stuf!

I plan to read all James Scott Bell's writings becasue I love his style.

It had enough feelings of 'regular' people, not a front of what some minister's/laypeople would put up. You get a real feel for the family and wife. Bell writes from the hear tin this book-- feelings that you would really have if you were in this situation.


If you love suspense, you'll love this book!
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Great book. Fairly fast read. Lots of twists. Some things I didn't see coming, which is unusual. A bit too tidily wrapped up in the end, too quickly. Still, worth the read. Also some thought provoking passages.
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Couldn't put this one down.
Excellent suspense and mystery.
Worth the read.
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Great well written and hard to put down!
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Murder, betrayal, and a trial that feeds a media frenzy. Can one woman stand against the forces that threaten to tear her family apart? Pastor Ron Hamiltons star is rising. His 8,000-strong church is thriving. His good looks and charisma make him an exceptional speaker on family values. And his book on pornography in the church has become an unexpected bestseller. Everything is perfect. Until a young womans body is discovered in a seedy motel room. The woman is a porn star. And all the evidence in the murder points to one man: Ron. With the noose tightening around her husbands neck, Dallas Hamilton faces a choice: believe the seemingly irrefutable factsor the voice of her heart. The press has already reached its verdict, and the public echoes it. But Dallas is determined to do whatever it takes to find the truth. And then a dark secret from Dallas's past threatens to take them all down. As the clock ticks toward Ron's conviction and imprisonment, and an underworld of evil encircles her, Dallas must gather all her trust in God to discover what really happened in that motel room . . . even if it means losing faith in her husband forever.