Brian Strait and Andrea Wilton discover that relationship and intrigue go together when they embark on their third adventure, back to the Caribbean. A visit cut short, the two sleuths uncover a plot that challenges their faith when they search to clear a friend of murder. Their hunt for truth brings them head to head with the black market, human contraband, and culprits whBrian Strait and Andrea Wilton discover that relationship and intrigue go together when they embark on their third adventure, back to the Caribbean. A visit cut short, the two sleuths uncover a plot that challenges their faith when they search to clear a friend of murder. Their hunt for truth brings them head to head with the black market, human contraband, and culprits who will stop at nothing to line their pockets....
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Fear Not Reviews
Don't let this cover stop you from reading (because it nearly stopped me but I'm glad I didn't let it)Right from the beginning the mystery of the unknown urges the reader on. Derksen continued to grab my attention with her ability to twist the plot and pull out unexpected turns the whole way through.For the romance enthusiasts - this book will grab your attention as Wilton and Strait draw close together.This is the first of Barbara Ann Derksen's books that I've read and I see it's the 3rd book of a series - I'm now wondering what happened in the first two! But - as I was reading this novel, I never felt like I needed to have read book 1 or 2 before reading this one. Well done Barbara.
Fear Not is the third book in the Wilton Strait Mystery Series. Brain and Andrea are on a cruise ship trying to find out who committed the murder their friend Troy has been accused of committing. While aboard the cruise, they find themselves working not only on the murder mystery at hand, but also figuring out their relationship.As a Christian dating couple, Brian and Andrea are committed to maintaining high standards in their relationship, but there are several times where they place themselves in situations that would be quite tempting. There is a bit more passion in this book than books past, but overall it’s clean except for the inclusion of some passionate kisses.While the Christian message is very prominent in this book as both Brian and Andrea keep their faith first in every aspect of their lives, it, for the most part, flows well within the story. There were a few instances where it didn’t feel quite believable, but as a Christian, I know the Lord can use the oddest times to achieve His purposes. I enjoyed the interactions between Brian and Andrea with unbelievers in the story as it showed how they could live their faith while being understanding of those who didn’t share their faith.The murder mystery itself was quite intriguing. Just when you think it’s over, another twist comes into play that keeps the story going. Not everything is as it seems on the surface. The epilogue leaves you wanting to read the next book as soon as you finish this one.Once again, Barbara has done a wonderful job drawing the reader into the story, hooking them on the story, and keeping them engaged until the very end of the book.I look forward to reading the next book in the Wilton Strait Murder Mystery series.
Brian and Andrea are back, the likeable characters we have gotten to know in the two previous books. They are strong in their faith, sweetly in love with each other, and willing to risk personal danger to right wrongs committed by the bad guys. Armed with this courage, an overt prayer life and a complete reliance on omnipotent and omnipresent God, they find themselves in and out of one scary situation after another. The scenario is perhaps a little far-fetched-how could no one on the cruise ship notice so many men vanishing?-but suspend disbelief and enjoy the suspense. There are plenty of action and intrigue, plot twists and deceitful, treacherous characters. The ending is completely unexpected —a cliffhanger that will make you reach for the fourth book in the series for answers. Although this book can be read as a stand-alone, you will want to read the others for the back story. I received a review copy of the book from the author but the opinions expressed are solely mine.
I think this book is even better than the other two in the series. It has kept my interest, moved along well and has made me unsure who was involved in what. It has gone in a complete different direction than I thought in the beginning, which is good. I have really enjoyed it and I am sure others will also….LeRoy Collins, Montana