Fatal Convictions is a riveting inspirational legal suspense. Singer’s legal knowledge is well matched by his stellar storytelling. Again, he brings us to the brink and lets us hang, before skillfully pulling us back.

When a Muslim imam is accused of instigating honor killings, personal injury attorney Alexander Madison must decide whether to take the case that every other lawyer in town is running away from. While he knows he’s not the most qualified for a criminal case of such magnitude, he feels he must do it because he knows the imam is innocent. He doesn’t realize until it’s too late that defending the imam may cost him the one thing in life he cares about most. (TYNDALE, Aug., 445 pp., $13.99)
Reviewed by: 
Linda Mae Baldwin