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Daniel's Den

5 Ratings: 3.8
A book by Brandt Dodson

In this fast–paced thriller by popular author Brandt Dodson, a young government accountant learns to trust God when his life begins to fall apart and unseen enemies pursue him with relentless zeal. Daniel Borden is a thirty–year–old … see full wiki

Author: Brandt Dodson
Genre: Religion & Spirituality
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers (February 1, 2009)
5 reviews about Daniel's Den
review by . June 08, 2009
I enjoy books that take me along for the ride. By that I mean books where the reader isn't left behind, they get swept up in the action. Brandt Dodson's books are always like that and his latest work is no exception. Daniel and Laura are characters that engage the reader and make you feel for them. You really get to see into their lives and see the struggles that they make. The two are living separate lives until they get thrown together and have to join forces to survive. The book is filled with …
review by . March 31, 2009
posted in Christian Fiction
Daniel's Den by Brandt Dodson is a tightly-paced thriller with a message of hope. Daniel Borden is a successful stock analyst in New Orleans who has finally achieved all of the material things he's always wanted. Laura Traynor runs a small B&B in the Shenendoah Valley with her young son Andy. After facing the deaths of her parents, her husband, and her dream of writing, she's given up on finding any hope in life and is just trying to survive. Their lives come crashing together when Daniel is …
review by . February 25, 2009
If I hadn't enjoyed Dodson's previous books, it's likely I would have by-passed this one. I shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but this cover said, "Warning!! Typical Christian fiction fluff." While it was a little sappy, it still had the strong suspense elements I've come to look for and love about Dodson's books.    Daniel Borden's life is near perfect. He has everything money can buy--nice home, secure employment and a faithful dog. As the opening line states, he's a happy …
review by . February 17, 2009
Daniel Borden loves his life as a stock analyst in New Orleans. However, things quickly turn south when Daniel is assigned to audit the accounts of a co-worker who died mysteriously. As he digs around he discovers some discrepancies that seem to prove the deceased was stealing money from his clients. Daniel reports his findings to his superiors and within a matter of hours he finds himself the main suspect in the murder investigation of his co-worker. As if things weren't bad enough, it seems some …
review by . February 08, 2009
Daniel's Den is a tense, terse read. Told in multiple almost narrative voice the story unfolds in New Orleans and the Shenandoah Valley. Daniel lives in a controlled environment, from the truth of the numbers he deals with as a stockbroker to the regimented life he's created for himself, everything is defined and in place. Until he is given the files of a dead co-worker and stumbles onto a big mess.    Laura is hanging on to a dying dream and has run out of hope and faith. When …
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