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A gripping suspense novel, A Slow Burn is about courageous love, the burden of regret, and the bonds that never break. It is about the beauty and pain of telling the truth and letting God take over. Most of all, it is about the strength of forgiveness and what remains when shame no longer has power. Mary DeMuth's distinctive new voice in Christian fiction will keep readers enthralled as they ask soul-searching questions in this second book of the Defiance, Texas Trilogy.
|Title: A Slow Burn, Defiance, Texas Series #2|
By: Mary E. DeMuth
Number of Pages: 352
Publication Date: 2009
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Weight: 13 ounces
Series: Defiance Texas Trilogy
Stock No: WW278370
Beautifully and sensitively written, her characters realistic and well-developed. Mary DeMuth has a true gift for showing how Gods light can penetrate even the darkest of situations. Chuck Colson She touched Daisys shoulder. So cold. So hard. So unlike Daisy. Yet so much like herself it made Emory shudder. Burying her grief, Emory Chance is determined to find her daughter Daisys murderera man she saw in a flicker of a vision. But when the investigation hits every dead end, her despair escalates. As questions surrounding Daisys death continue to mount, Emorys safety is shattered by the pursuit of a stranger, and she cant shake the sickening fear that her own choices contributed to Daisys disappearance. Will she ever experience the peace her heart longs for? The second book in the Defiance, Texas Trilogy, this suspenseful novel is about courageous love, the burden of regret, and bonds that never break. It is about the beauty and the pain of telling the truth. Most of all, it is about the power of forgiveness and what remains when shame no longer holds us captive.
Mary DeMuth is the author of several southern novels, including A Slow Burn, Life in Defiance, and the Christy award finalists, Watching the Tree Limbs and Daisy Chain. Shes also written four parenting books and a memoir, Thin Places. Shes passionate about the written word, teaching, and mentoring writers. Mary lives in Texas with her husband, Patrick, and their three children.