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Ten Plagues by Mary Nealy

Ten Plagues

by Mary Nealy

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NCLA Review: A serial murderer is on the loose in Chicago patterning his crimes after the ten Biblical plagues, and detective Keren Collins, who can discern the goodness or evilness of spirits, is on the case. Tired, vapid dialogue, unsympathetic characters and plain bad writing (“A cold chill of evil sleeted through Keren Collins’ veins”) combine to make this one of the least needed books in your church library this season. Rating: 1 (or maybe 0) – KLF/RMF ( )
  ncla | Mar 13, 2012 |
Well it kept me on my toes guessing to the end. Looking back I can see some clues. I would be very interested to read more from Mary Nealy.
Keren is not her full name. She is a detective and her partner is senior Shae.
Keren is waiting in her car for her partner when she sees a man running up to gain members at a condemed building. Then everything goes crazy. A bomb was set off and the building is on fire. Keren tries to help get people away from the building.
Reverend P or Paul lives at the mission that shelters and feeds those in the aera who need it. He gets a delivery telling him to take a sign to this building if he wants to help get the girl back alive. He gets their and then the bomb goes off. He helps to try and get some to safty and gets injured but survives.
Paul used to be a cop until 5 years ago when he changed to and became a Reverend.
The killer compares himself with God and is going to unleash the 10 plagues to free his people.
Paul knows a few of the kidnapped girls so they figure its from one of his old cases.
Keren is not afraid to show her faith and uses her own spiritual gift to help others. I like her and would love to see her back in another book. Its a good suspense police story. I was given this ebook to read in exchange of honest review from Netgalley. ( )
  rhonda1111 | Dec 12, 2011 |
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"When a serial killer wreaks havoc on the city of Chicago with the fury of an Old Testament plague, detective Keren Collins is assigned to the case. Armed with her God-given gift of discerning spirits, she sets out in a race against time to stop a madman before he strikes again. Pastor Paul Morris, a retired cop who once tried to ruin Keren's career, is the focus of the murderer's obsession...but unaware of the link between himself and the killer that marks him as the ultimate victim. As the two race to end the killing spree, Paul struggles to not let his old self rule him. And Keren can't decide whether she is glad to see Paul suffer or if she is falling in love with him. Will they win in this battle of good over evil?"--Publisher's description.… (more)

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