Grace Willis suspects the dramatic death of her minister father was not an accident. She and journalism major, Grit Griffin, while tracking down the serial killer who is targeting preachers, reject their legalistic faith and learn to rely on God’s grace.
“No one can critique the faithful like a true believer. Expect to be informed, amused, edified and healed . . . with a generous helping of Grit and Grace.” William David Spencer, author of “Mysterium and Mystery, the Clerical Crime Novel.”
“While her novel is clearly a great part over-the-top satire of Fundamentalist culture, the book is profoundly serious at its core.” Priscilla Papers