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Monday, April 16, 2012

The Soul Saver by Dineen A. Miller

Fun, Exciting Read

Barbour Publishing
Lexie Baltimore is the wife of a non-believer, but her faith is so strong that God speaks to her through her gift. She creates clay busts of unknown people when God sends her on a mission to help them. Then, marital problems begin to crack through her shield and she turns to one of her missions, a preacher himself who turned his back on God when his wife died last year.  Rumors and accusations abound, as a demon called Tobias sets the scene to grab the soul of Lexie’s husband. Although Lexie hears the voice of God, she still has doubts and fears about her life and her choices, giving her a realistic quality.

Spiritual warfare always grabs my attention, and in The Soul Saver Dineen A. Miller, definitely has a hit.  The twists of the plot create a depth that keeps the reader looking for the next turn. Great, exciting story.

Received Galley from NetGalley.com

Published by Barbour Publishing, Inc., May 1, 2012.

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