Friday, August 17, 2012

Book Review: House of Mercy

House of Mercy by Erin Healy is her best book yet! (And I really enjoyed reading the other three.) The cover itself demands the book be read, then, once the chain of events begins to unfold, you’ll just have to know how it masterfully ends. If you choose to read this book, don’t stop at the end. Continue to read Healy’s following author’s note which includes her personal testimony about what was going on in her own life as she wrote the book.

As the story opens, Beth, trying to help someone she cares about, makes one serious error in judgment followed by another even more serious. The consequences of her actions spiral unimaginably out of her control. As she prays for mercy, God promises to give it. Even so, Beth can’t predict or dictate God’s means of answering her prayers for healing and restoration for her family. She can only trust that God will do, in His own way, what is best for all.

Thomas Nelson Publishers sent a complimentary copy of this book for my honest review. I’m happy to recommend it to fans of supernatural thrillers full of mystery, emotion, and intrigue.

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