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A Cry from the Dust
By Carrie Stuart Parks
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 5/27 Savings in Seconds wrote: When a book has a foreword from Frank Peretti, you know you're in for a wild ride. Although the story seemed rather preposterous as the main character Gwen went from consecutive dangerous situations and life-threatening peril, it was suspenseful and thrilling to follow. Having a smart female protagonist ... Good, Better, and OMG Are They For Real?!
On 4/14 Cassie Lee wrote: After reading rave reviews about "A Cry from the Dust," I decided to give it a try. This debut novel by Carrie Stuart Parks is about a woman by the name of Gwen Marcey. Gwen, a forensic artist, is in the midst of trying to pick up her life again after battling cancer and a recent divorce which left her ... After reading rave reviews about "A Cry from the Dust,"
On 4/1 Athena wrote: About A Cry From The Dust: (from the publisher) A secret from a grim page of American history threatens to destroy thousands of lives.Gwen Marcey was tops in her forensic field. Then cancer struck, her husband left, and her teenage daughter engaged in active rebellion. Gwen's best chance to start ... Book Review~A Cry From The Dust
On 3/21 Jenn Powell wrote: I found this to be a very interesting read and I love how the author dropped bits and pieces of true historical stories into the book from The Church of LDS to 9/11 and the significance of each and how the impacted each other. The heroine in this tale was also a breast cancer survivor so how she deals ... An Intense Thriller
On 2/27 christina mellone wrote: This is an awesome book,there are some touchy subject topics in this book so some readers may take offense,like in this book the main female character is helping work on a serial murder and suspects the killer has something to do with polygamy or the LDS and Mormon churches some people that are in this ... A cry from the dust
On 2/2 Pamelamo wrote: Unfamiliar with the author, I decided to take a chance and request this book to review. I am so glad I did! Carrie Stuart Parks can definitely write a story to hold my attention. The plot moved along at nearly breakneck pace with plenty of action, drama, danger, mystery, suspense, and touches of humor. ... A Suspense Filled Page-Turner
On 1/18 kratzy wrote: This is a debut novel by Carrie Stuart Park, who describes a mystery dealing with a combination of long ago ritual murder and present day kidnapping and threats to keep the old mystery surrounding the murder hidden. Forensic artist Gwen Marcey is working on a large project, in which she reconstructs ... a real page turner of a historical mystery that still threatens lives today!
On 1/18 Henk-Jan van der Klis wrote: The Mountain Meadows Interpretative Center asked forensic expert Gwen Marcey to reconstruct the faces of three intact bodies that were discovered from the 1857 wagon train massacre of more than 120 people by Mormon fanatics calling themselves Avenging Angels. A secret from the 19th century could still ... Carrie Stuart Parks - A Cry from the Dust
On 1/9 EpicFehlReader wrote: I had a lot of so-so reads in 2014, so when I started this one up just a couple days ago, I was thrilled to have something that made my heart race once again! This novel -- the tension it made me feel from start to finish -- reminded me of what I love so much about reading. It shows how unnerving and ... My First "Favorited" Read Of 2015! So Eager For Book 2!
On 1/3 Sara@Save Money, Live Joyfully wrote: When I was younger, I aspired to be an archaeologist. Spurred on by a love of history and adventure, the thought of being the first person to discover an artifact after thousands of years answered the typical childhood question of What do you want to be when you grow up? It wasn't until I was older that ... A Gripping Page Turner!