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TRY DARKNESS
by James Scott Bell

Genre: Inspirational, Mystery/Thriller/Suspense

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In true Bell style, book two of this series begins with the hero in the middle of a unique situation. Hold on for another whodunit thrill ride with an honor-bound protagonist readers can't help but root for.

Ty Buchanan is healing from grief in a Benedictine community in the beautiful Santa Susana Mountains. No longer a high-priced lawyer, he seeks justice for members of society's overlooked populations. When a young woman seeks help in an eviction matter and ends up dead, Ty is determined to make sure the victim's daughter is cared for. But things get messy when his former best friend, a lawyer from his former firm, takes up the litigation for the evictors and it's evident there is more to the young girl's story than he knows.

Protecting the girl and searching for the truth about her mother's death has Ty fighting in spiritual and legal darkness. How can he figure out who wants to see him and the girl dead? (Center Street, Aug., 288 pp., $21.99)

Reviewed By: Linda Mae Baldwin

Publisher: Multnomah

Published: August 2008

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