One of Callie Webber's favorite duties working with the J.O.S.H.U.A. Foundation is awarding grants. When she travels to Philadelphia to present a $250,000 check to Wendell Smythe, head of a hunger relief program, she discovers Wendell dead on the floor. As she investigates the murder and unearths Smythe family secrets, Callie soon realizes she's the one in danger. (July)
Harvest House Publishers
Great book!| Posted September 30, 2008
Although I liked The Trouble with Tulip more, this book was still awesome, especially considering that it was Mindy's first published novel! I laughed at the fact that Callie (the main character) didn't want the police thinking she was some "Nancy Drew wannabe." The only thing I didn't like was that the book felt slow in some parts, but that's probably because I've grown accustomed to the Frank Peretti and Ted Dekker thriller type novels. Anyways, I do recommend this for anyone who likes a good mystery and I plan on finishing the Million Dollar Mysteries. Good job, Mindy!