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Grounds To Believe (Elect Trilogy #1)

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While investigating a secretive cult in Washington, police investigator Ross Malcolm seeks evidence from the latest recruit's aunt, Julia McNeill. Though disdainful of the restricted lifestyle practiced by her religious group, Ross finds himself wanting to teach Julia the truth of God's love...and protect her from the evil that threatens.
Paperback, 304 pages
Published March 1st 2004 by Steeple Hill
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Cecelia
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Ross Malcolm has a young daughter and he’s desperate to find his child. Years ago, he was involved with a woman (the mother of his child) who ran away with his daughter to join a cult. Ross has not seen his child in years, and wonders about her fate. A Christian, Ross is determined to investigate cults, hoping to stop their unreasonable practices.

Ross is alerted to investigate a cult when a pattern of mysterious children’s deaths becomes suspicious. When h
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Carole Towriss
I really liked this book. Ross and Julia were interesting and unpredictable. It is a romance, so it may be a given that they end up together, but the journey was enjoyable and took a number of detours along the way. The cult aspect was handled well and Julia's difficulties with it were believable. I look forward to reading more about the Elect.
Deb
While investigating a secretive cult in Washington, police investigator Ross Malcolm seeks evidence from the latest recruit's aunt, Julia McNeill. Though disdainful of the restricted lifestyle practiced by her religious group, Ross finds himself wanting to teach Julia the truth of God's love--and protect her from the evil that threatens.
Deb
while investigating a secretive cult in washington, police investigator ross malcolm seeks evidence from the latest recruit's aunt, julia mcneill. though disdainful of the restricted lifestyle practiced by her religious group, ross finds himself wanting to teach julia the truth of god's love--and protect her from the evil that threatens.
Darci
it was a good story once it got going however it took my over 1/2 the book to get interested. Slow going book.
Trisha
it was an interesting read, but very easy to see where it's going to end.
Elaine
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