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The Resurrection File (Chambers of Justice Series)
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The Resurrection File (Chambers of Justice Series)

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by Craig Parshall
 

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When a preacher asks attorney Will Chambers to defend him against accusations that could discredit the gospels, Will's unbelieving heart says "run." But conspiracy and intrigue draw him deep into the case...and closer to Christ.

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When a preacher asks attorney Will Chambers to defend him against accusations that could discredit the gospels, Will's unbelieving heart says "run." But conspiracy and intrigue draw him deep into the case...and closer to Christ.

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ISBN-13:
9780736908474
Publisher:
Harvest House Publishers
Publication date:
04/28/2002
Series:
Chambers of Justice Series
Pages:
396
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 7.94(h) x 1.05(d)

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The Resurrection File (Chambers of Justice Series) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Will Chambers is a down - trodden, alcholic attorney whose life has been in a downward spiral since even before his estranged, yet beloved wife's murder. Now, he finds himself kicked out of his firm, abandoned by his friends and associates, and with two clients left; a deadbeat and a pastor with a case that is, kindly stated, strange. ....... Reverend MacCameron is the defendant in a defamation case, having published an article attacking a recent archaelogical discovery that, if true, would render Christianity a sham. It is Will's job to not only save his client's reputation, but also to defend the truth of Christ's rising from the dead. Since Will is an agnostic, this will be a challenge. Will finds that he is facing the powers of darkness, and that those forces are reaching out to destroy him as well as his clients. At the same time, the world itself teeters on extinction as terrorists mobilize weapons of mass destruction. ......... ***** In a novel that reaches out to fans of Grisham, the LEFT BEHIND series, and Indianna Jones, Mr. Parshall begins what looks to be a groundbreaking and promising series. Will is a hero that will be easily sympathized with by the legions of less than perfect readers who might be tired of "perfect" heroes and heroines. The action is absorbing, whether legal or historical, and the reader will come away with renewed faith and also with a greater knowledge than he or she had before the book. ***** REVIEWED BY AMANDA KILLGORE
Guest More than 1 year ago
As an avid reader of legal thrillers and a law student, I found Craig Parshall's first legal novel to be an outstanding read. Parshall captures the reader's attention from the beginning and doesn't let go until the last page. Unlike Grisham style novels, Parshall, being a lawyer himself, explains legal procedure in easy to understand terms without bogging down the reader. What I enjoyed most about this novel was the fact that Parshall was able to skillfully weave a well thought and articulate Christian worldview into a riveting, fast-paced story. I am eagerly anticipating the next book in the series!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Craig Parshall does an outstanding job of revealing the intense inner workings of a defense layer. Walt Chambers, the lawyer, is a complete character, well rounded and entirely believable. His charge, to defend the Christian publisher of 'Digging for Truth', against a most powerful set of conspiratorial masterminds leads him to develop quite a file on the case. The book's title, 'The Resurrection File', aptly describes the contents of his case file. I am thoroughly impressed with Mr. Parshall's careful development of the plot and characters. The tempo of the book kept me reading. I truly believe others who read the book will feel as if they, too, are part of the team digging for the truth.