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The Twelfth Juror Paperback – April 6, 2012
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A gripping story that will keep you reading until the wee hours of the morning...full of twists and turns and a deeper message of forgiveness of biblical proportions.
Terry Delaney christianbooknotes.com
--christianbooknotes.com Terry Delaney
- "A creative, impressive mystery--you'll never guess how it ends!"--The Virtual Book Club
"Once you start this book, you will not be able to put it down. If you love mystery, suspense, and legal thrillers you will love this book...." Sally Shupe, book blogger. sallyshupe.blogspot.com/2012/07/the-twelfth-juror-by-alexandra-and.html
From the Author
The Twelfth Juror came out of our experiences with loss. When people experience a terrible loss, a part of who they are dies, and they are never able to recapture the person they were before those events happened. The story deals with loss, healing and beginning a new life after the old one ends.
Joyce and I wrote this story together over a period of almost a year. We wanted to depict realistic characters dealing with the struggles of life. Megan Cleary is the quintessential young accomplished professional with all of the answers who has to ultimately face her own inability to save herself and her need for a real Savior.
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So bring God into it didn't change the facts.
All in all this was a very good book. A book about giving yourself to our Lord to handle what we can't.
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A must read!