She just appeared out of nowhere. First the fire was about to take Jake's life, the next she was kneeling down with him telling him things she couldn't possibly know. And where did she come from? Fire was all around them, but they were able to make it out alive. This young girl, Louisa, who appeared out of nowhere is headed temporarily to live with Jim and Amy Spencer. Jim and Amy have helped out in the past with temporary shelter, but this time it's a little different. Amy has just recently had a miscarriage and is finding it difficult to get past the hurt and move on. Upon meeting Louisa, she again tells Amy things that she shouldn't know and these things put Amy ill at east around her. One day on the playground, Louisa "prays" for a young girl with Multiple Sclerosis and the young girl is healed. Another time she "prays" for a young boys tumors and they disappear. As word get around about the "miracle worker", Jim and Amy close ranks around her to protect her. In the meantime, there's a killer on the loose. Bodies are turning up each day and the Police Chief is no closer to solving that case, then he is to finding out where Louisa came from. Does Louisa hold some kind of healing power? Can Amy let go of the hurt caused by her miscarriage? Will the killer be found before the next body is discovered? Who is this little girl and what is her story? If you think I'm going to give it away, FORGET IT! GO BUY THE BOOK!
I have read pretty much every book by Mr. Dellosso and I could venture to state a very obvious comment. He keeps getting better with each book that he writes. I truly enjoy reading an author over a span of several books to see their writing style evolve and improve. There's nothing worse to me than an author who found the "secret" novel once and keeps churning that same storyline out for 15 books thinking they still have it. I can tell you, if you read one of Mr. Dellosso's books, you will need to read them all because they are all so different. The twists and turns that he provided in this book kept me guessing as to how it would end and how everything would be connected. Just like a well-oiled machine, Mr. Dellosso has this book finely tuned and ready for anybody to pick up and enjoy.
Is this a guy's book? This is a quintessential guy's book. Mystery, adventure, murder you name it. If these are the elements of a great novel that you love to crack open, then this new novel by Mr. Dellosso is for you!
I am a big fan of Mike Dellosso and he certainly doesn't disappoint with his new thriller, Fearless. I was hooked on page 1. The suspense and mystery were great. I loved the characters and felt a part of the book, something that is important to me when I read. I will not go into details of the storyline as other reviews have covered that. I love how Mike Dellosso tells a story. Few authors can take you from evil at its worst and to love at its best like he can.
In his sixth book of the genre, Mike Dellosso delivers another suspenseful story that will haunt you until the end. With a brief tug at your imagination, Dellosso pulls you into a story that will leave you wonderingâ€”was that really just a story?
There is something about this nine-year-old girl named Louisa. She most probably saved Jake Tucker's life, but she just appeared out of nowhere. She couldn't remember her last name or her parents or nothing of any value that would have helped anyone find out who she was, but she was in Virginia Mills for a reason.
Some say she has a giftâ€”to heal, to know, to say the right things. Others call her an angel sent from God to save them. Nevertheless, Louisa becomes the town hero. Jim and Amy Spencer have just suffered the loss of their unborn child. Amy is still locked in depression. Jim is struggling to move on while at the same time trying to comfort his wife.
When Louisa comes into their lives, Jim is accepting while Amy is reluctant, hesitant, scared. When a serial killer comes to town and they suddenly become targets, Jim and Amy fight to keep Louisa safe, but does Louisa know something they don't?
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