Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Ten Plagues by Mary Nealy

I received this e-book from Barbour Publishing Inc. through for no charge in exchange for my honest review of this e-book.

Book Description

A detective with a gift for discerning spirits. . .· A pastor whose sinful past is awakened by a murderer. . .· A killer with a demonic taste for destruction. . .· And the plague of murders that has them on a collision course. When a serial killer wreaks havoc on the city of Chicago with the fury of an Old Testament plague, detective Keren Collins is assigned to the case. Armed with her God-given gift of discerning spirits, she sets out in a race against time to stop a madman before he strikes again. Pastor Paul Morris, a retired cop who once tried to ruin Keren’s career, is the focus of the murderer’s obsession. . .but unaware of the link between himself and the killer that marks him as the ultimate victim. As the two race to end the killing spree, Paul struggles to not let his old self rule him. And Keren can’t decide whether she is glad to see Paul suffer or if she is falling in love with him. Will they win in this battle of good over evil?

My Thoughts:

Ten Plagues is the first book by Mary Nealy I have read. Mary Nealy is the pen name for Mary Connealy. She uses this pen name for her suspense genre books.  I enjoyed Ten Plagues a lot. It is a fast paced, keep you guessing thriller that really has you on the edge of your seat to the end.  This book grabbed my attention right away and kept it until the end.  The characters in Ten Plagues are very real and you can relate to them.  The biblical references to the plagues and how they were carried out is very well researched as well as the police and crime details.  Throughout this book there are strong ties to faith, forgiveness, and God's love.  I truly enjoyed this book and I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Suspense/Thriller stories. It will not disappoint.

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