Image of Deception (Ollie Chandler, Book 3)


Image of Deception (Ollie Chandler, Book 3)

Bestseller Alcorn takes the reader on
a sensational suspense-filled journey packed with recurring characters; Sherlock Holmes quotes; insightful, satirical first-person prose; intriguing research; and straightforward, biblical truth. While longer than the average novel, Deception masterfully leads the reader through a maze of suspicion and clues that will keep you guessing and longing for more.

Ollie Chandler thrives on justice and dislikes journalists. His extensive experience as a homicide detective has prepared him for virtually everything with the exception of what is about to happen. To drum up good publicity for the department Chief Lennox reluctantly assigns Ollie the task of working with Oregon Tribune journalist Clarence Abernathy. When called on their first case, Ollie operates under the motto of going where the evidence points. When the evidence points in the direction of his homicide department, Ollie's reaction attracts some enemies, and he becomes the target of several murder attempts. Trust and truth become vital as more people, including a detective, are killed. Ollie must unravel a mystery that will force him to explore his lack of faith and eventually find answers. (Multnomah, Apr., 432 pp., $19.99)
Reviewed by: 
Jennifer Reyes