Monday, July 30, 2007

A Shred of Truth

Okay, I just love this book. It is full of action and thrills that kept my attention through the entire book. If you are looking for an action-packed thriller that will keep you guessing until the end, then you will want to read this one. The good news is that it is the second in a series, so I am going to get to read the first one next. The other good news is that I have an extra copy of this one to give away, so if you want to read it, leave a comment to be put into the drawing.

More about A Shred of Truth:

Eric Wilson returns with another sharp-edged thriller that will appeal to the rising generation of men and women on the fringes of faith.

In The Best of Evil, Aramis Black uncovered family secrets and historical conspiracies, hoping that his own dark past had come to certain resolution. But now, in A Shred of Truth, he finds his brother unconscious and tied to a statue in downtown Nashville with the initials AX carved into his back.

A shadow from his former life has reappeared, casting threats of violence and retribution. And soon the attacker is swinging his blade of self-righteous judgment directly at Aramis, challenging him to “face his sins.” Can Aramis finally break free from the guilt of his old ways, or will he succumb to the vengeance of an arrogant sociopath?

Aramis Black’s latest breathtaking adventure will lead readers to discover the resolve of true friends, the depths of family love, and the breadth of God’s forgiveness.

About Eric Wilson:

Eric Wilson is the author of Dark to Mortal Eyes, Expiration Date, and the first book in the Aramis Black series, The Best of Evil. He lives with his wife, Carolyn Rose, and their two daughters in Nashville, Tennessee. Visit him at

Don't forget to leave a comment if you want to be put into the drawing! Blessings to you!

Smiles and Loves! Janis


Cyndi said...

You are quite the reader, I am so impressed! This was a great review. :)

jenny said...

Well, I can't resist a give-away! This does sound really interesting, and the fact that a publisher took on a second book in a series seems promising for a good read. I love it if I can't tell what's going to happen in a book. :-)

Thanks for commenting on my blog---it's been a long time since I checked in on you!


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