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But when the government's star witness, a man being protected by the FBI, ends up dead, ...
But when the government's star witness, a man being protected by the FBI, ends up dead, more questions than answers emerge. Rachel is drawn further into a web of danger and intrigue when a notorious, invisible assassin begins to make his presence felt. It becomes clear that this is more than a legal battle. It is a spiritual battle against the forces of darkness, challenging Rachel's Christian faith and putting her life on the line.
Will the government's case against Supevsky survive? Will Rachel? Who will be the final witness for the truth?
Posted June 27, 2009
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Rachel Ybarra, a paralegal, is assigned to work a case with the U.S. Attorney. This case is against Supevsky, a drug runner, who hires a Russian hitman, referred to as "The Man" to eliminate a competitor. The Man is fascinated with Rachel and what he calls her unrealistic faith in the Lord and vows to bring her to her knees. In the meantime, Rachel learns from her pastor, Manny, that the battle here on earth is supernatural. With the help of a friend in the FBI, she battles fear and uncertainy in her faith as The Man threatens her grandmother and everyone close to her. James Scott Bell convinces us through his writing that The Man and his seemingly "invisible" aptitude is real that chills came over me as I read. I would recommend this book for anyone's personal library.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
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