Thursday, June 19, 2014

Bullet in the Night by Judith Rolfs

An intricate tale of love and renewal...
Psychologist Lenora Lawrence lingers in a coma after being shot by a sniper as a web of intrigue unravels around her. Her redemptive work with society's ex-convicts and her personal counseling with vulnerable women has created many enemies in the resort town of Lake Geneva, WI. Lenora's colleague and good friend, Jennifer Trevor, intends to see that Lenora's sniper is brought to justice, even if it means making deadly enemies herself.

My Review:
            In this well written novel, Dr. Jennifer Trevor, searches for the person who attempted to murder her friend and fellow psychologist, Lenora Lawrence.
            The plot is multi-layered with many possible suspects and delves into the lives of Dr. Lawrence’s clients, any of whom could have pulled the trigger. Additionally people who have recently surfaced from her past are blended into the mix.
            The heart pounding thriller, woven with a message of Christian redemption, keeps the reader enthralled waiting to find out exactly who wanted to take Dr. Lawrence’s life.
            Startled awake in the middle of the night, Dr. Trevor knows the answer, but will she be too late to save Lenora?

            Well done Ms. Rolfs.

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Gay Lewis said...

Very interesting. I look forward to the read. Thanks for sharing.

Suzanne said...

Sounds like a great read.

Peggy Trotter said...

Love the cover! Nice job!

Victoria Pitts-Caine said...

Thanks for stopping by, ladies. This books keeps you on the edge of your seat.

Bonnie McCune said...

An intriguing concept. I always enjoy suspense, as long as it's not in my own life! A heroine worth reading about.

Judith Rolfs said...

Victoria, I was stopping by the Prism book page to see how I could encourage my fellow authors and I came across your kind comments about Bullet in the Night in your blog. What a pleasant surprise!!! Thank you.