Wallace paints a grisly picture of racial hatred, pedophilia and violence that will make the reader emotionally exhausted and uncomfortable. But the reminder that God heals where we are wounded and is capable of bringing us through tough situations brings hope.
FBI agent Michael Parker has committed his life to saving people. When Hannah's past intersects with a racially motivated killing spree, things get personal. Hannah's life is threatened, motivating Michael to take things into his own hands. (MULTNOMAH, Apr., 336 pp., $12.99)