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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Multnomah Books
Publication Date: 2010
Availability: In Stock
Series: To Catch a Thief
In a Boston blizzard, Tonys boss sends his team to raid a ship suspected to be carrying sex slaves. When the raid goes badly for Tony, its not only a question of whether he will survive to see his wedding, but if he will be physically able to return to the FBI.
As Desis and Tonys investigations mesh, a gang leader called El Jaguar seems to be behind both the sex slave trade and the art thefts.
Reluctant Smuggler, the third book in the To Catch a Thief series, begins with a fast-pace and fascinating characters. It slows down in the middle as Tonys health crisis distracts the reader from the main plot a little too long but speeds up again nearer the end. Both Tony and Desi face situations that exceed their abilities and require dependence on God.
This book doesnt contain much scripture but depends more on reader familiarity with Christian ideas of dependence on God and personal responsibility. It includes a set of discussion questions in the back. It was enjoyable and I would like to read books one and two in the series. - Debbie Wilson, www.christianbookpreviews.com