Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Litfuse Review: His Guilt
Summertime is the perfect time to read a book whether you are relaxing on the warm sand with the ocean waves as your background or you are at the cabin in the woods where the soft breeze lightly rustles the leaves in the nearby trees. His Guilt by Shelley Shepard Gray is a book you will definitely want to pack in your vacation luggage to enjoy as you enjoy the lazy days of summer. His Guilt is Amish fiction at its best. Shelley Shepard Gray has written another outstanding Amish story with twists of suspense woven into the plot and dynamic characters readers will fall in love with from page one of the book.
About the Book:
His Guilt is about a young Amish man, Mark Fisher, who has returned to Hart County with the hope that he can put his past behind him. Two years ago, Mark was accused of a crime he didn't commit. Yet, his own people turned their backs on him despite his innocence. When his mentor needs his help, Mark knows he must return home to help the one man who never doubted him or his innocence.
Waneta Cain is wary of Mark at first. Once she sees the man he truly is beneath his worldliness and rough exterior, Neeta can't help but fall in love. As they grow closer to one another, danger looms. When a friend of Neeta's is attacked, Mark is once again under suspicion. Will Waneta stand beside Mark? Will Mark have to leave his home yet again? Can Mark save Neeta before she becomes the next victim of this ruthless attacker? To find out, pick up your copy of His Guilt today. This is a book definitely worth reading!
About the Author:
Shelley Shepard Gray is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. Although Shelley grew up in Houston, Texas she now resides in southern Ohio with her husband of nearly twenty years. They raised two children. Shelley's books have made her an American Christian Fiction Writers Carol Award Finalist and a two-time HOLT Medallion winner. Besides writing fulltime, Shelley enjoys baking and walking her dachshunds.
Where to Purchase His Guilt:
Barnes and Noble
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