Guilt seared her conscience. How could she even for a second believe her brother
capable of murder?
For today's A-Z Blogging Challenge and the letter F, we are reviewing a book that explores complexrelationships, trust and loyalty.
Shattered is the second book in the suspense-filled Alaskan Courage series which follows the complicated lives of the tightly-knit McKenna family, five brothers and sisters who own and operate an outdoor adventure company in a small Alaskan town. Well, four of the McKenna's work together. The fifth, baby brother Reef, is the black sheep who is accused of murdering a friend.
Is he guilty? All the evidence supports that, and so he is arrested. His sister Piper is convinced of his innocence, oldest brother Cole is afraid he might be guilty. Guilty or innocent they, along with the rest of their family and close friends, are determined to uncover the truth. No matter what.
The McKenna's desire to find the true murderer leads them down false trails as they travel around the lower 48 states digging through layers of lies, secrecy and other murders. The deeper they dig, the more they are convinced of Reef's innocence.
Shattered by Dani Pettrey
Bethany House Publishers, 2013
Christian Fiction, 364 pages
Bethany House Publishers provided a free copy of Shattered for review. The opinions stated are my own.