Litfuse Review: Valley of Decision by:Lynne Gentry
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Dr. Lisbeth Hastings left the third-century Carthage to protect her daughter, Maggie. She threw herself into staying busy at work. And when she sent Maggie to college, she was beyond proud. But after a long day at work, Lisbeth comes home to her father telling her of a phone call he just had with Maggie’s school. Instead of Maggie doing as she said she caught a plane to Tunis, Tunisia. Soon Lisbeth and her father are hot on Maggie’s trail.
Arriving in Carthage, Maggie learns things have changed. Her grandmother is about to be on trail for a murder Maggie knows she didn’t commit. And worst of all her father’s home is bathed in blood. Worried and scared Maggie believes she is lucky to find her father heading back to his home, the only thing is he doesn’t recognize her. Only a few hours ago her father had sent her away in his time but in the twenty-first century it had been thirteen years. Now a grown woman, Maggie must convince both her father and their friends that she can help with the murder trail for the soon coming future is going to be something none of them can bear.
Valley of Decision is book three in The Carthage Chronicles. I have followed this series for a while and found that this author will never disappoint. This novel had an epic conclusion, that will leave you screaming why. Valley of Decision is an amazing read, I expect many more wonderful stories from this author.
**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Litfuse.
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