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When Bryan Morgan started investigating his brother’s disappearance little did he know the can of worms he would be opening. Town secrets that date back to the 1800’s, which still haunt the people today.
Sara Whitney has only lived in Haighs Flat for three months having moved there to investigate the disappearance of her uncle. Why is it that no one even remembers her uncle living or working there?
Bryan never had a religious upbringing, Sara on the other hand was brought up in the church but walked away from the faith at an early age when her Sunday School teacher could not answer her questions. So when Bryan and Sara meet because of their missing relatives, neither of them expected their journey would lead them to the Bible.
As they search for answers, the theories given them one by one get refuted until all that’s left are from old George, a Bible believing farmer whom the rest of the town think is crazy. Not until Bryan and Sara are invited to a barbecue with the invitation to ask more questions, does George’s theories begin make sense and Sara’s questions from her childhood get answered. But could his theories be true? Could they even be scientifically plausible?
With the evidence given them, will Bryan and Sara run with the truth or run from it.
Not only will this book keep you on the edge of your seat as you look into mystery after mystery, it also shows the importance of Biblical knowledge for evangelizing the Christian message.
This novel is an example of what Christian fiction should be for the reader
- It has entertained me immensely
- It has encouraged my walk with God
- It has not deviated from known Biblical doctrine, and it will not, I believe, lead a non-believer astray or promote false doctrine
- It honours God
- It does not encourage worship of the created (eg angels) instead of the Creator (God).
Christian Fiction Reviewer