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1 rating: 4.0
A book by James Scott Bell

Two bodies in an isolated canyon. A fortune in diamonds missing. The love of money is the root of many kinds of evil, and for Liz Towne those roots grow deep. Deep enough to lead to murder. But is Liz too clever for her own good? A suspense thriller … see full wiki

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Author: James Scott Bell
Genre: Religion & Spirituality
Publisher: Zondervan (March 1, 2009)
1 review about Deceived

Another Great Story from Mr. Bell

  • Apr 4, 2009
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James Scott Bell writes great stories. From the first paragraph I was sucked into his latest, Deceived.

A novel that will be just the beginning of a series because these characters need to continue their stories. Liz, a new and tortured widow with some hellish secrets. Mac, a struggling vetran, ex-con just trying to get back on his feet and find his way in the world. Rocky, scarred inside and out and full of a lot of songs that she needs to sing.

This novel is dark but ends with hope. Deceived shows the depths to which humanity sinks when left to twisted thoughts and broken moral compasses. Bell aces my grade sheet with compelling characters, tightly wound plots, scenes that hum with realism and dialog that is both entertaining and real. Scott's legal background adds additional depth. 

Character collectors, fans of crime fiction and Bell fans should check further into Deceived. 

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