Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Unspoken by Dee Henderson

Unspoken [Paperback]

Title: Unspoken
Author: Dee Henderson
Pages: 441
Year: 2013
Publisher: Bethany House
Note: I won a free copy of this book through a Goodreads First Reads giveaway in exchange for my honest opinion.

     An attention grabbing Christian suspense novel.

     Bryce Bishop owns a coin shop in Chicago. He is introduced to Charlotte Graham by the FBI director in Chicago. She has coins to sell from her grandfather’s estate. These facts are only the tip of the iceberg for this beautifully woven story.

     I was drawn into the story from the very beginning. Just the mystery surrounding Bryce’s introduction to Charlotte had me captivated. I had to find out the secrets of her past.

     I was absolutely fascinated by the descriptions of the coins that Charlotte had to sell. Dee Henderson is either a coin collector herself or she took the time to do extensive research to write this book. Either way all of the details she gives held my interest while waiting for the suspense caused by Charlotte’s past to build.

     The plot was slow to build but very intricately woven. I enjoyed the fact that Bryce was able to talk with key people in his life and get support from them without having to tell everything that had been shared in confidence with him. His faith in God was apparent and yet he didn’t come off as being preachy or judgmental towards those that didn’t have the strong faith he did.

     This book absolutely deserves 5 stars in my opinion. I loved this book and highly recommend it.

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