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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A powerfulinspirational mystery

    Governor Ronald ¿Mac¿ MacClartney is irate, embarrassed, and fears he could be a one term leader when the Orland Sentinel broke the story of Dylan Jacobs placed in foster care at four years old six years ago only to vanish. Acting like a Mack truck running over everyone in his path, Mac demands instant answers, which a Grand Jury would take to long to provide. Florida Department of Law Enforcement sends its best team, Agents Tim Porter and John Russell to find the child..................... . While the police partners follow the trail, John past rises to haunt him. His estranged father, Frank Moore has been paroled after thirty-three years at Union Correctional Institute in Railford, Florida for murdering his wife. Frank pleads with John to give him a second chance saying he has changed since he found the Lord. An idealist who believes in second chances John wants to refuse his murdering dad¿s request to see any family member especially John¿s wife Marie and their children Brandon and Joshua. However, he also knows how un-Christian he behaves if he fails to forgive the man who sired him but also destroyed his childhood................... ROLLING THUNDER works on two fronts, the police procedural thriller and the family drama. When John follows the clues to the disappearance of Dylan, the audience receives an exciting investigative tale when the plot concentrates on John¿s personal dilemma of not wanting to forgive his father, readers obtain a deep introspective character study in which the hero¿s private debate impedes on his official capacity. Mark Mynheir provides a strong inspirational mystery.................. Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted May 30, 2011

    Couldn't put down!

    Loved reading this novel. Living in Melbourne myself I could picture where the events were taking place and travel with the characters as they searched for the missing child. I am looking forward to reading his other novels~

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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