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DEEPER WATER
by Robert Whitlow

Genre: Inspirational, Mystery/Thriller/Suspense

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In this fast-moving, high-energy novel where ethics are tested, a big city and small town collide, and there can only be one true winner. Whitlow, a bestselling author of novels set in the South, lays out a story readers will grab and not let go of until the very last page.

Tami Taylor has accepted a job at a well-known law firm in Savannah, Ga. She has promised her parents that she will always honor them and not do anything to bring shame upon the family. However, Tami is learning that not everyone has the same ethics she does. Her first client, Moses Jones, is charged with trespassing, an easy enough case, but when Moses tells Tami he sees dead people in the water and mutters information about a missing girl, Tami does some digging and realizes she may have a murder on her hands. (Thomas Nelson, Jun., 400 pp., $14.99)

Reviewed By: Patsy Glans

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

Published: June 2008

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