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Not in the Heart by Chris Fabry
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Dec 04, 11

it was amazing
bookshelves: kindle-netgalley
Read in October, 2011

Truman Wiley, journalist, has been out of touch with his estranged wife Ellen, their two children and the Lord. He has been out of work for quite some time. His son Aiden is in desperate need of a heart and Truman's pain of seeing his son lying in the hospital pushes fear to the forefront of his mind. Truman is asked to write the story of Terrelle Conley, a death row inmate convicted of murder, who unselfishly wants to be an organ donor for Aiden. When Abigail their daughter asks to assist her father in writing the story the task at hand seems to hold new promise for both of them. But sometimes finding the right answers to the questions involves both risk and danger. Time is ticking for both Aiden and Terrelle will their efforts be too late?
Writing at it's best! This story expertly combines suspense, intrigue, humor and matters of the heart all rolled up into one extremely impossible hard to put down novel. Lots of twists and turns throughout and an unexpected ending will wow the reader! All story elements fit together throughtout: plot, dialogue, description and scenery worked, as there are no hanging parts. Excellent character development. I feel this is one of the authors best! Excellent!!! The novel inspired me and I highly recommend this book! Thanks to Tyndale House Publishers and Netgalley for the ARC copy for my review.

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