Young history professor, Jack Turner, takes a retreat at a lakeside cabin just outside of Culpepper, Georgia to work on his doctoral dissertation. The cabin is owned by an ambitious state senator, an inheritance from his father. Inside, everything is exactly the way it was when the old man died ten years ago. While taking a break from his research, Jack snoops through the father’s books and finds an old photo album filled with black-and-white pictures of orphaned children. Intrigued, he continues searching and finds what appears to be evidence of murder and an old leather journal, handwritten entirely in German. Rachel Cook, Jack’s girlfriend, translates the journal for him. What it reveals instantly puts both of their lives in mortal danger. Besides his bestselling inspirational novels, Dan Walsh is quickly becoming known for unputdownable novels of suspense.
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Dan Walsh is the bestselling author of several books, including "The Dance "and "The Promise "with Gary Smalley, as well as "The Unfinished Gift", "The Discovery", and "The Reunion". He has won three Carol Awards, and two of his novels were finalists for "RT Book Reviews" Inspirational Book of the Year for 2011 and 2012. A member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Dan served as a pastor for twenty-five years. He lives with his wife in the Daytona Beach area, where he's busy researching and writing his next novel. Visit www.danwalshbooks.com for more.
This is book number two in the Jack Turner Suspense series. It can be read as a stand alone but I would suggest reading them together.
Remembering Dresden is a heart stopping suspense book. Walsh is really good at what he does. I know I say this over and over but I will say it again, a book is brought to another level when you have great character development. Walsh's characters are just like they are real. He combines history with fiction and writes an outstanding book. You will not be disappointed in this book.
I gave this book 4 stars. I recommend this book.
I was given a copy of this book by the author for my honest review.