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Presumed Guilty epub

by James Scott Bell


Presumed Guilty epub

ISBN: 0786292954

ISBN13: 978-0786292950

Author: James Scott Bell

Category: Bibles

Subcategory: Literature & Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Thorndike Pr (February 14, 2007)

Pages: 503 pages

ePUB book: 1899 kb

FB2 book: 1240 kb

Rating: 4.1

Votes: 596

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Presumed Guilty book.

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James Scott Bell's "Presumed Guilty" is yet another of this fine author's novels, brilliantly weaving together a story of suspense and inspiration. Authors Bell and Terri Blackstock have a unique ability to create spellbinding stories, while remaining true to their deeply-held Christian beliefs. Hopefully they'll both continue writing to entertain, educate, and inspire us! - -Ron Howe (.

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Dallas awoke, calling her husband’s name, reaching for his body in the dark. She realized in the blackness that her nightmare was over, chased away by her desperate waking. ed hope flashed across her mind, like a sliver of distant lightning in a storm-swollen sky. She reached for Ron again, felt only the cold, empty spot on the bed. No, he would not be there. He slept in the study, wouldn’t tell her why. Just holed up, mumbling excuses.

And his book on pornography in the church has become an unexpected bestseller. Everything is perfect. Until a young woman’s body is discovered in a seedy motel room.

His 8,000-strong church is thriving. His good looks and charisma make him an exceptional speaker on family values. And his book on pornography in the church has become an unexpected bestseller.

Can one woman stand against the forces that threaten to tear her family apart?

Can one woman stand against the forces that threaten to tear her family apart? Pastor Ron Hamilton's star is rising. His 8,000-strong church is thriving.

Title: Presumed Guilty - eBook By: James Scott Bell Format: DRM Protected ePub Vendor: Zondervan Publication Date .

Title: Presumed Guilty - eBook By: James Scott Bell Format: DRM Protected ePub Vendor: Zondervan Publication Date: 2009. ISBN: 9780310541073 ISBN-13: 9780310541073 UPC: 025986541071 Stock No: WW3175EB. Publisher's Description. A winner of the Christy Award for excellence in Christian fiction, he lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Cindy.

A winner of the Christy Award for excellence in Christian fiction, he lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Cindy

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I love James Scott Bell's books. I really do. The Trials of Kit Shannon series is fantastic. I was hoping this would be along the lines of those- great legal info mixed in effortlessly with an equally great story.

Unfortunately, not so.

I did love that he tackled a seemingly taboo topic of pornography addiction and the ministry. It is all-too easy for anyone these days to become addicted to something on the internet, and sex is in our faces all the time. Pastors and other ministers are certainly not immune to the temptations of this world.

I did think the way events unfolded in the book were realistic, but was disappointed that some people in the church leadership knew about the pastor's prior infidelity and a.) didn't tell his wife, and b.) didn't follow through with church discipline.

There is no way this man should have continued to lead the congregation.

I felt at times that the wife was too forgiving, and too easily believed everything her husband said. I am all for reconciliation, and forgiveness, but it was annoying to see her continue to walk into lies from her husband, yet continue to believe what he said.

I also thought the part of the associate pastor's wife in the whole mystery was thrown in last minute and didn't fit. It was just a strange twist that didn't work.

The writing was great, and I really enjoyed it. But there were enough elements that bothered me to make it a 3-star book.
I like thrillers, mysteries, and crime fiction but these books by James Scott Bell leaves something missing. It’s refreshing not to have to read a lot of bad language in his books, but I find the dialog between the characters boring.
Brilliant depiction of how the enemy of ours souls is real and prowls like a roaring lion seeking whom he may devour. A pastor's perceived success is slowly decreasing the effect of his ministry, especially in his own home. Once he's arrested for murder, there seams to be no end to the vortex that keeps sucking the life out of him and his family. But The Lord has other plans. That which we do in secret will be announced from the rooftops, but God uses all things to conform us to the likeness of his son.
James Scott Bell's "Presumed Guilty" is yet another of this fine author's novels, brilliantly weaving together a story of suspense and inspiration... while at the same time providing his readers with insight (from his background as a trial lawyer), into our often-less-than-perfect legal system. Authors Bell and Terri Blackstock have a unique ability to create spellbinding stories, while remaining true to their deeply-held Christian beliefs. Hopefully they'll both continue writing to entertain, educate, and inspire us! --Ron Howe (a.k.a. Toby Martin II) Erskine, Minnesota
Well .........I am going to have to learn to do without as much sleep it seems!!! I have found another Christian writer that knows just how to keep me turning the pages at all hours of the night/morning!!! His subjects are very believable. I could easily find me wanting to hang out with the lady "Dallas" in this well written book! I'll hush so I can start another one of his fine novels!! So so happy I discovered him!!!!!!
Wow, I'm now hooked on a new author. Thoroughly enjoyed this read about real people with real problems
Great novel. Very suspenseful, many surprising turns. Appreciate reading a real novel with a real-life Christian background. Appreciate not having the current "PC agendas" forced upon me.
Although the story was decent, it is misplaced with the description "Legal Thrillers". I felt like I was reading a Christian romance novel. I have read other books by this author and enjoyed them. The topic in the book is very real. I expect more court room drama from my legal thrillers.