6th in the series of nine titles thru yr 2020.
If you read the series out of order or randomly, your insights into the plots will not be as rich as reading the series in sequence of title publication dates.
I found this plot to be gripping story of how our lives change, and how we are changed by the changes.
I remain especially touched by the depth of character given to Reverend Clare whose honesty in her human relations stands as a vulnerable truth of what holiness is about; and, she's a woman with a sense of humor. She changes the world in which she lives, in faith.
The issues of drug trafficking, regional gang activities, brutality, and Mexican workers at places such as dairy farms provide an educational background to the plot of the novel.
I didn't care for the mystery quite as much in this installment in the series. However, it was ok. It was the characters that kept me hooked on this one. Russ appears to be finally getting over his guilt related to his wife's death and is ready to move on with Clare. Clare meanwhile has joined the reserves at her bishop's urging. Apparently he was hoping military activities would fulfill her need for "action". This makes NO sense as obviously she will be called up and sent overseas. Oh well. This book also introduces a new character as Hadley Knox joins the Miller's Kill PD.
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