Nowhere to Run-Amy Wallace

Nowhere to Run

Amy Wallace

Harvest House, Oct 1 2012, $13.99

ISBN: 9780736947336

 

Montezuma, Georgia Police Officer Ashley Walters feels someone is stalking her.  Her fiancé Patrick James, her family and friends tell her she needs to see the police counselor more as they assume her recent case has her slightly off kilter (see Hiding In Plain Sight).  When a vase of roses not given to her by Patrick is left outside her home, she finds the proof of a stalker.  Soon after that Patrick is run off the road and a manila envelope arrives with photos of her dating back to high school.  The culprit beats up Patrick sending him to hospital and a cop protecting her is shot when the stalker breaches her parents’ ultra-secure home 

 

Fearing for the safety of her loved ones, Ashley flees Georgia accompanied by her BFF Margo.  They take sanctuary in the Mennonite community in Shipshewana, Indiana.  After warning Marshal Tom Taylor, Ashley reconsiders faith in God to protect those she cherishes but also has doubts about the Lord who she believes deserted her when her brother was murdered a decade ago.

 

The second Place of Refuge romantic suspense is an action-packed inspirational as a stalker knows in his gut that Ashley belongs to him and does macho insane things to prove to her his assertion.  Fast-paced from the moment the case is left at the beleaguered heroine’s door and never slowing down until an anticipated confrontation, readers will enjoy this deep look inside the soul of a disbeliever trying to find her way back to the Lord and inside a “Criminal Mind”.

 

Harriet Klausner

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