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Title:
Trial of the innocent
Author:
Mitchell, Sara, 1949-
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Publication Information:
Minneapolis, Minn. : Bethany House Publishers, [1995]

©1995
Physical Description:
336 pages ; 22 cm.
Language:
English
Program Information:
Accelerated Reader AR UG 6.2 14.0 41071.
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ISBN:
9781556614972
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Book

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The Calculating Glint in His Eyes Revealed More Than He Wanted Her to KnowEve Sheridan cannot shake the suspicion that something is very wrong about her sister Rebecca's marriage. Giles Dawson, a handsome, debonair man, has taken Rebecca away to a dream cottage in the English countryside--but Rebecca's letters to Eve are filled with foreboding, even a sense of impending danger.Then, without warning, Eve is thrust into a maelstrom of intrigue and terror. As she attempts to discover the truth about her sister's husband, she finds herself linked up with Pinkerton detective Alexander MacKay, and embroiled in a case that could cost her her life.Will Eve's struggling faith to trust despite all obstacles prove strong enough to prevail against the evil that surrounds her?


Author Notes

Sara Mitchell, popular and highly-acclaimed CBA author, has established a loyal following in the inspirational fiction market. With understanding and sensitivity she depicts the struggle between the challenges of everyday life and the values to which God would have us aspire. Her works have touched the lives of readers all over the world.



Mitchell is also recognized for the authenticity of her settings and exhaustive research. In her contemporary works, she is able to draw on her own extensive travel experiences, having lived in diverse locations from Georgia to California to Great Britain, which provide the benefit of first hand observations. Her background in history and English allows further accuracy with historical research.



Reviews by both critics and readers attest to her wonderful ability to portray real-life characters with whom the reader can identify. The sensitivity and depth with which she depicts feelings reaches into the hearts of young and old, male as well as female;a noteworthy accomplishment, rare in a market dominated by women readers.



A life-long music lover, Mitchell has also written several dramas, musical dramas and skits; she has long been active in the music ministries of the churches wherever she and her husband, a retired career Air Force officer, have lived. The parents of two daughters, Sara and her husband now live in Virginia.


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School Library Journal Review

YA‘A light mystery-romance set primarily in Richmond, Virginia in 1891. Eve Sheridan correctly mistrusts her new brother-in-law, but she doesn't really know why. However, scenes change and readers see his malevolent greed and the violence of his cronies. It is up to Eve and her new friend, a Pinkerton detective, to stop the evil. While her questions of religious faith are present, they are not overpowering. The enjoyable story, fast-moving plot, and realistic main characters make this a novel worth considering. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.