When someone vandalizes the Moreno house, Detective Roger Stark is called to investigate. It starts him to wonder if something bigger and more sinister is going on. With his partner on his honeymoon, Stark weaves his way through scant and conflicting clues, a chorus of suspects, and whether or not God has already pre-determined the outcome. Does Faith Moreno's romantic pursuit of a Father Pat help Stark bring a murderer to justice or just mark her as another victim?
The meaning of the shocking outcome is all up to a matter of faith: Faith's, Stark's, and yours.
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Though I don’t delve into detective fiction much, I enjoyed Rick Bylina’s novel, A Matter of Faith, and would recommend it to all readers of good literature. It has abundant moments of surprise, pain, joy, laughter, and reflection. I took a liking to the main character, Faith Moreno, and was glad nothing fishy happened to her. The detective, Roger Stark, is likable as well. I believe the story could’ve been tightened up by one more editing, and by letting readers paint in the extraneous details themselves instead of being told the exhausting particulars. But it moved along well enough, and identified the killer as someone no one suspects. Good job, Rick!