I love a good mystery. Among my favorite mystery/suspense authors are Agatha Christie and Mary Higgins Clark because of their panache for placing twists in just the right spot so I never know who to suspect. There is something about ending a long day curled up with my light blanket and a good mystery that helps me to unwind from all the stress and to wrap my mind up in the make believe world inside the pages of the book I am reading and I am always on the lookout for a new great mystery/suspense author, especially one who writes wholesome fiction that is not riddled with sexual innuendos and foul language. In comes Donna Fletcher Crow.
An Unholy Communion is a Christian novel based on the Anglican religion and is set in Wales. The main character, Felicity, is an American country girl who is studying abroad and has a tendency to find herself involved in solving murders. This time, it is a Deliverance Minister who is visiting her college who finds his untimely death at her feet on Ascension morning. Although Felicity tries to flee from involvement, she finds herself mixed up in solving the murder along with her fiancé, Father Antony.
This book was truly a great mystery and had me guessing throughout the entire book. It was full of twists and turns and I learned a great deal of new information about the occult and spiritual warfare as well. The author most definitely did a lot of research and, although this book is a work of fiction, has included much fact in here so that it is not only a fun read but also a learning experience. I think this book would be a good choice for a teenager to adult because it is a clean and wholesome book. I highly recommend that you place this book on your summer reading list!
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