Davis is a master of edge-of-your-seat action. Twists add up to a fast-paced story that will keep readers riveted, and fascinating characters and a spiritual journey that is an integral part of the narrative are sure to delight. The romantic storyline seems a bit too convenient, but otherwise this is a stellar novel.
While on a layover in San Francisco, Marie sees the woman killed, and soon after finds a computer flash drive in her luggage. Marie quickly realizes that she's being pursued by the murderers because she has what they want. On the run and frightened at every turn, she must rely on God to help her husband find her. (HARVEST HOUSE, Sep., 350 pp., $13.99)