Heitzmann wields a poignant story replete with suspense, drama, betrayal and romance. Stunning in-depth characterization is the cornerstone of this story, though the language occasionally disrupts the flow. What brilliantly shines through is the power of redemption and God's irrevocable call over the lives of his children despite destructive forces.

When a traumatic fall leaves Gentry with amnesia, she's at the mercy of two strangers, Monica Pierce and her brother Cameron. Cameron's distrust leads him to investigate her "accident." When Gentry recalls an image of someone with her during the fall, it sets off a series of events that jeopardize the lives of those around her. (BETHANY HOUSE, Nov., 416 pp., $13.99)
Reviewed by: 
Jennifer Reyes