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In Tennessee, lawyers Eli Faulkner and Jill Baker represent a physician in the murder case of a young lawyer. Jill flies to Washington to get a part of the story from investigative journalist Holland Fletcher.
Together, the players in this drama will uncover answers that may cost them their lives. Is it worth it to risk everything when you're fighting for what you believe in?
Jerome Teel, paperback, 341 pages.
Number of Pages: 352
Vendor: Howard Books
Publication Date: 2007
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Jessica Caldwell hates the day she met him, and she hates him even more. But now the two of them will be connected forever...
Eli Faulkner is one of the best trial lawyers in Tennessee. It's what he lives for -- righting injustices. When he's called upon to defend Tag Grissom, an arrogant cardiologist accused of murder, he fi nds himself wondering, could this be more than just a case?
Holland Fletcher has always wanted to be a true investigative journalist, but he's never really stepped up to the plate. That is, until he receives an anonymous tip and is plunged into a dangerous realm of intrigue and murder that involves not only the Supreme Court, but the entire nation.
-- David S. Dockery, president, Union University
"Jerome Teel has crafted an intriguing political thriller -- nice twists and turns to keep you reading. He paints vivid mental pictures that bring characters and locales to life."
-- Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn, Tennessee's 7th District
Mary Beth Browning5 Stars Out Of 5June 30, 2007Mary Beth BrowningI thought he couldn't write a better book than The Election, but The Divine Appointment is awesome. A political thriller with complex relationships, exciting twists, and acts of faith. I can't wait for the next one from Jerome Teel.
S. Sullivan5 Stars Out Of 5June 30, 2007S. SullivanTeel has written another great book! It's a must read for all who enjoy suspense and a fast paced story. You won't want to put it down.
Steve Maroney5 Stars Out Of 5June 30, 2007Steve MaroneyI have felt that Christian Fiction's past efforts in the political thriller genre have been underwhelming. That has changed, however, with Jerome Teel's "The Election" and now "The Divine Appointment". The characters are credible and the story fast paced. Murder and the Supreme Court...this one has it all!
catherine ward5 Stars Out Of 5June 29, 2007catherine wardJerome Teel's, The Divine Appointment, is a book that engages the reader from the beginning! Each chapter keeps you wanting more! His use of descriptive words make you feel like you know the characters and places. This legal thriller is a must read!
Music City Mama5 Stars Out Of 5June 23, 2007Music City MamaJerome Teel has done it again with his newest release. The Divine Appointment combines political suspense, Christian faith and a dose of Southern charm to make an unforgettable story. Grab some sweet tea, prop your feet up and and get ready for an enjoyable read.