Book Reviews of Sins of the Fathers

Sins of the Fathers
Sins of the Fathers
Author: James Scott Bell
ISBN-13: 9780310253303
ISBN-10: 0310253306
Publication Date: 4/1/2005
Pages: 320
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 47 ratings
Publisher: Zondervan
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
Very intriguing! It grabs you from the beginning and takes you all the way to the end. A bit predictable at times, but a very good story, nonetheless.

I plan to read more James Scott Bell...I truly enjoyed reading his writings.
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Helpful Score: 2
Wow I was captivated from page 1--EXCELLENT novel and now I want them all
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Helpful Score: 1
not as much plot as I'd have liked, but good from a Christian perspective.
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Helpful Score: 1
Very interesting and surprising book. A must read for teachers or people in health-related services to understand the power parents have over their children.
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From the Back Cover
A parents worst nightmare. A lawyers biggest challenge. A young boys life on the line.
The unimaginable has happened. A thirteen-year-old boy has fired a rifle into a baseball game, killing several of the kids on the field. Parents are devastated. The townspeople are horrified.

When public opinion swells to an enraged cry for justice, an ambitious deputy district attorney sees his opportunitya sensational trial that will catapult him into the D.A.s office in the upcoming election. Theres just one obstacle: the boys defense attorney, Lindy Field.

To all appearances, the case is a slam-dunk. Convict the killer, make him pay. But its not that simple. Lindys young client is unwillingor unableto help Lindy defend him. And as the case progresses, it becomes clear that someone doesnt want the truth revealed.

As Lindy delves into the haunted world of her clients torment, she finds a spiritual darkness that dredges up her own troubled past. And when dangerous forces close in around her, Lindy must fight for answers not only in the justice system, but in the very depths of her soul.
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The unimaginable has happened. A 13 y/o boy has fired a rifle into a baseball game, killing several of the kids on the field. Parents are devastated. The townspeople are horrified.

When public opinion swells to an enraged cry for justice, an ambitious deputy DA sees his opportunity -- a sensational trial that will catapult him into the DA's office in the upcoming election. There's just one obstacle: the boy's defense attorney, Lindy Field.

To all appearances, the case is a slam dunk. Convict the killer, make him pay. But it's not that simple. Lindy's young client is unwilling (or unable) to help Lindy defend him. And as the case progresses, it becomes clear that someone doesn't want the truth revealed.

As Lindy delves into the haunted world of her client's torment, she finds a spiritual darkness that dredges up her own troubled past. And when dangerous forces close in around her, Lindy must fight for answers not only in the justice system, but in the very depths of her soul.

Very good book that had me guessing until the end!