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Book Review: A Melody for James by Hallee Bridgeman

15 Jun

Melody_James_coverAlready in Amazon’s Top 100 Best Sellers list!

Melody and James lead separate lives of discord until an unexpected meeting brings them to a sinister realization. Unbeknownst to them, dark forces have directed their lives from the shadows, orchestrating movements that keep them in disharmony. Fire, loss, and bloodshed can’t shake their faith in God to see them through as they face a percussive climax that will leave lives forever changed.

Having read and loved Hallee Bridgeman’s Jewel Anthology, I was excited but slightly hesitant when I heard she was soon to publish a Christian Suspense novel.  In my experience, authors can write one genre or the other well, not both.  I was thrilled to discover that I was wrong.  Hallee Bridgeman does not disappoint us with her latest book, A Melody for James.

Melody and James meet under less than desirable circumstances but feel an instant connection. Tragedy strikes and a series of head-shaking circumstances keep them apart for the next 4 years. When they finally reconnect, they find themselves drawn into a deeper web of intrigue and terror than they ever could have imagined, renewing their faith in God along the way.

A Melody for James is Book 1 in Hallee’s new Song of Suspense series. I expect this series will be a huge success and look forward to reading the rest of her future books.  Visit Hallee’s website for a sneak peek into the novel, and to see what inspired her to write Melody.

Buy your copy now!

 

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Posted by on June 15, 2013 in 52 books

 

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