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  • Read book one before this one!

    The Letter Keeper by Charles Martin A Murphy Shepherd novel #2 Almost put this book down before finishing but decided to read the end, then a bit in the middle, and still unsatisfied with quitting I skimmed it all to find out if what I thought did not make sense might make complete sense by the last page. I felt, when I nearly stopped reading, that this is a series that probably should be read starting with book and I still feel that way after reading as I did although I did manage to get a sense of the main character, his calling, and the life he leads. What I liked: * Shepherd/Bishop: a man with a skill-set and life calling to be admired…although…at times he seemed to have a death wish or perhaps he was an adrenaline junkie. * Bones: co-worker/boss/string puller of Shepherd * The task that Shepherd & Bones have in common and the way they achieve their goal(s) * The way Shepherd keeps track of the people his work has impacted * Gunner: A dedicated, smart, and loving canine companion * The lives saved and the hints about what they were saved from. * Casey: one of the people saved * The parts Marie, Ellie, Summer and Angel played in the story ALTHOUGH this is where having read the first book might have come in handy. * The indestructible constitution Shepherd must have – and his ability to heal from death defying injuries. * Finding out who Bones & Shepherd will probably be chasing in the next book What I didn’t like: * Knowing that there are traffickers in real life as evil or more evil than the ones mentioned in this book. * Thinking about the pain and suffering that those trafficked must experience. * Feeling that I should have read book one before reading this one – felt I must be missing things at times. Did I like this book? Sort of Would I read more by this author? Maybe Thank you to NetGalley and Thomas Nelson for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars

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