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PRESUMED GUILTY
by James Scott Bell

Genre: Inspirational, Mystery/Thriller/Suspense

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Every pastor knows
how crucial it is to keep
his distance from pretty damsels in distress. Ron Hamilton
definitely knows that. But a successful ministry as pastor of a large church
and his radio show and book deals
may have taken a higher priority in
Ron's life than God. Has he slipped
from his place of honor, or is it all a
terrible mistake?

Even with her world deteriorating, Ron's wife, Dallas, has to get up each morning, face the media frenzy and decide whether to stand by her
husband. A wayward son in desperate need of help and a destructive past
only make her more determined to
trust God.

No author can write a superlative
suspense story every time -- unless
that author is Bell. A near-perfect plot
stratagem will keep readers racing to
the end, only to learn that Bell has one
more twist up his sleeve. Convincing
adrenaline-producing scenes, jargon
and characters only enhance the
absorbing premise. (Apr., 320
pp., $12.99)

Reviewed By: Bev Huston

Publisher: Zondervan

Published: April 2006

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