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Without a Trace by Colleen Coble
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Jun 09, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: christian-mystery
Read in September, 2009

Wow, what a great christian story that keeps your wondering through out the whole book. It was a great mystery finding out what happened to Bree's husband and her son. The book kept your interest by giving you ideas of several options of what could of happened to her family with all the twist and turns - starting out with knowing that her husband and son were in a plane crash but didn't know where the crash site was. With the help of her search and resue dog "Sam" and the help of her family and friends the plot thickens when one of the friends is killed and leaves you to wonder who murdered the friend and how it relates to the disapearing of Bree's family. There were parts in the story that really disterbed me when it came to the part of Bree's son who evidently survives but is being held captive by a strange lady. The actions of the disturbed lady really got to me and by the end of the book I had to say a prayer to keep all the bad thoughts of how I wanted the disturbed lady to pay for the things she did to the boy. But overall, the key to the story is to trust in God and learn to lean on him for guidence; learn to forgive and be thankful.
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