CrossReaders Book Review: Never Ending Spring by Darrell Case

CrossReaders Book Review: Never Ending Spring by Darrell Case

Never Ending Spring

Title: Never Ending Spring

Author: Darrell Case

Rating: Five Stars

About the Book

Jack is a middle aged, farmer, who hates God. He blames God for the accident that took his little boy a long time ago. His grown daughter is married to a Pastor at a church right down the road from Jack’s farm. They are found murdered, leaving behind their little girl, Emily.

Jack’s anger at God is a fiery furnace now, and he is determined to find the murderer. This places himself and his family in danger, also.

Review

Looking for a ‘clean’ Murder Mystery?

Never Ending Spring by Darrell Case

Once I started reading, I couldn’t stand to put the book down. Jack had lost a son, and now his grown daughter and her Pastor/husband are murdered right in front of their Church. Jack already is angry with God and has made pact with himself not to turn his life over to God; the loss of his daughter just adds fuel to the fiery anger. Jack granddaughter and his wife are the only things of value he has left; yet, his anger drives him to seek the killer by himself. This puts his life and his family’s in danger.

It’s a roller coaster ride as we, the readers, read as quickly as possible to find out who the murderer is in this small town, and how he’ll be discovered. We also are rooting for the tranforming power of Jesus to reach Jack’s hardened heart.

This is the first book I’ve read of this author, Darrell Case, but I will definitely be looking for his other books to read!

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This review was submitted by: Sonya D

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