A Stranger’s Game by Colleen Coble

My Review

A Stranger’s Game by Colleen Coble is an intense, fast moving story. Torie has gone back to her childhood home to see how her friend died. Someone is trying to chase her away and she turns to Joe for help.

It is well written with caring characters that kept me waiting to find out how Torie’s friend and mother died. There is a second suspense story within this one that deals with Joe’s ship. This is a good island story to read. It is filled with action, suspense, mystery and some romance. The story focuses on family relationship and trusting God. This is a good clean story that I enjoyed reading very much.

I voluntarily received a complimentary copy of this story, this is my honest review.

About the Book

 A wealthy hotel heiress.

Even though Torie Bergstrom hasn’t been back to Georgia since she was ten, she’s happy to arrange a job for her best friend at one of the family properties on Jekyll Island.

A suspicious death.

But when Torie learns that her best friend has drowned, she knows it is more than a tragic accident: Lisbeth was terrified of water and wouldn’t have gone swimming by choice.

A fight for the truth.

Torie goes to the hotel under an alias, desperate to find answers. When she meets Joe Abbott and his daughter rescuing baby turtles, she finds a tentative ally.

The more Torie and Joe dig, the more elusive the truth seems. One thing is clear: someone will risk anything—even more murder—to keep their secrets buried

About the Author

Colleen Coble is a best-selling author of romantic suspense and her books have won several awards. She has nearly 4 million books in print. She is CO of American Christian Fiction Writers. You can learn more about her and the books she has written at www.colleencoble.com.

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