Friday, April 6, 2007

No Legal Grounds

Just finished reading No Legal Grounds by James Scott Bell. I have read a number of his books and this one, in my opinion, ranks near the top. The Christian message doesn't seem quite as strong in this book as it has in some of his prior titles, and some of the scenes in the book are somewhat gritty, but for it's suspense element I give it a thumbs up. It's definitely a page turner.



About the book:

How far will a man go to protect his family? Attorney Sam Trask will go farther than he ever dreamed, even in his worst nightmare. Because his worst nightmare is about to come true...
At age forty-seven, attorney Sam Trask finally seems to have his life in order. The dark years of too much drinking and all-consuming ambition have given way to Christian faith. His marriage is strong again. Everything seems finally on the right track.

Then a voice from the past comes back to say hello.

Suddenly Sam faces a danger more real than he ever imagined--danger from someone who will not rest until Sam's life comes crashing down around him. Desperate, Sam seeks protection from the law he's served all his life. But when the threats are turned on his family, and the law seems powerless to protect them, Sam must consider a choice that strikes at the heart of his life and faith--whether to take the law into his own hands.

Be sure to visit James Scott Bell's website for info about all of his other great books as well.

3 comments:

Rel said...

I have enjoyed his books too! Glad to read a post from you again :)

So Many Books... said...

Looks good. Hope you had a good Easter. *hugs*

Jenny said...

Hi Rel! JSB is one of my faves - just wish he'd write faster! ;)

Hey Jen! We had a nice Easter - hope you did as well.