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by Nancy Mehl

Genre: Inspirational, Mystery/Thriller/Suspense

2013 Inspirational Mystery/Suspense/Thriller Nominee

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The conclusion of the outstanding Road to Kingdom series is bittersweet. Readers are given the answers they need to have closure. The characters have grown during the course of these books; they are stronger both in body and in spirituality. Mehl has opened the world of the Mennonites for readers and has consistently done it with respect.

In Callie Hoffman’s eyes, everything about her life in Kingdom, Kan., is perfect. She is engaged to Levi Housler, the pastor of her local church, and she loves working at Cora’s Café with her future sister-in-law, Lizzie. Callie’s world is turned upside down when a murder is committed in her town and one of their own is doing the killing. As she and the other townspeople try to wrap their heads around this horrible tragedy, Callie starts questioning everything she has been brought up to believe as a Mennonite and wonders if there is more for her and Levi outside of their comfort zone. (BETHANY HOUSE, Sep., 336 pp., $14.99)

Reviewed By: Patsy Glans


Published: September 2013

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