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Stain of Guilt (Hidden Faces Series #2) Paperback – September 19, 2004
Doubt (Caroline Auden)
Newbie lawyer Caroline Auden risks her life to expose a biotech giant’s deadly secrets. Learn More
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Annie Kingston's character was complex, and I could relate to her inner fears, spiritual questions and maternal ferocity. She was not a superwoman performing feats of courage or displaying acute intellectual insight. She was a real woman like me or anyone else, caught in a dire situation. Her questions about God echoed what I asked when I was seeking Him, and the minor characters answered with gentleness, honesty, and empathy.
The villain Bland was drawn with such vivid description that I could envision his face, hear his voice. He character had immense depth and richness. Annie literally crawled into his head and dragged the reader with her as she discovered who he was under the surface, what made up the mind of this ruthless man.
Even the minor characters--Annie's children, her sister, etc.--had that aura of realism that made them colorful and varied. I could name someone I knew who reminded me of each character. This aspect drew me into the story quickly because I felt like I knew these people, they were familiar to me.
There was a doozy of a plot twist near the end, and Brandilyn did a very good job leading up to it. However, I think I've read too much Agatha Christie, because I guessed the plot twist in the first quarter of the book. But that being said, it didn't make the ending any less heart-pounding, nail-biting, or satisfying.Read more ›
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I really enjoy this author, and the way she brings in her belief in God into a highly suspenseful novel.Published 2 months ago by Honeybear
It was a pretty good read. It wasn't a real page turner, but it helped to pass the time.Published 13 months ago by Rebecca Flenniken
Love the story line!! Great, thrilling - love to read this stuff!!Published 17 months ago by Zeekie
Great read! This is the second of hers I've read, and both were excellent! Can't wait to get started on the next one!Published 17 months ago by mconn
Keeps you engaged from beginning to end.
Detailed descriptions of murder victims. Convinces one of the need for prayer against evil