- Retail Price: 13.99
- Release Date: October 2012
- Page Count: 352
- Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
- Binding: Trade
- ISBN: 978-0-7369-4733-6
- Case Lot Quantity: 36
Nowhere to Run
What happens when the promise to protect and serve forces a police officer to do the unthinkable…?
Police Officer Ashley Walters is being stalked. Her wedding plans are interrupted by an attack on her fiancé, and a detective is shot protecting her. Ashley is forced to flee for her own safety and the lives of those she loves.
Ashley finds refuge in a Mennonite community in Shipshewana, Indiana. But even in a peaceful town among gentle people she cherishes, danger stalks. All she has left is faith. But when faith fails, what survives?
Readers who love suspense coupled with the simplicity of the Mennonite life will eagerly devour book two in the dramatic Place of Refuge series.
“…an edge-of-your-seat suspense novel with twists and turns that readers will love. Wallace sure knows her stuff when it comes to writing suspense stories, and readers will be hooked until the end.”
—RT Book Reviews
“This suspenseful plot will have you on the edge of your seat…”
—Five Star Book Reviews
“...an action-packed inspirational…”
—The Midwest Book Review
“Wallace is a talented writer, vividly describing the details of the various crimes. Holding true to her style of writing, reading this book left me feeling as if I was part of Ashley’s inner circle, trying to help her solve the crime!”
“This tension-filled suspense story offers a high level of reality…”
“Action filled with engaging, and realistic characters who will steal your heart and a plot to die for…what not to enjoy.”
“I had a hard time putting it down. It’s a great read if you love Christian suspense books!”
“Wallace does a good job here at crafting a well-drawn suspense and at integrating faith questions into the novel.”
“If you like thrillers, you will enjoy trying to figure out who the stalker could be. I look forward to the next book in this series.”
“The author kept the story hopping from one incident to the next. I just wanted to keep reading to see what the outcome was going to be.”
“While there is plenty of intrigue and suspense, there is always a life-lesson to learn and, to me, that is Christian fiction at its very best.”
“Amy shows you can write a great suspense novel, keep it Christian, get a great message across, and come up with a book well worth reading in the end.”