Thursday, March 10, 2011

The Knight, A Patrick Bowers Thriller (Book 3) - Steven James

The Knight (The Patrick Bowers Files, #3)The Knight by Steven James

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"The Knight" is probably my favorite book in The Patrick Bowers Series so far. The story concept it so unique - a killer telling what he is going to do next through a medieval manuscript and then doing it. Although You'd think it would be easy to stop him, it's so not!

In this story Tessa (Patrick's Stepdaughter) finds a box in Patrick's closet (while packing his stuff) that is filled with her dead mother's momentos. One of those momentos in a key...but what does it go to? And how will it affect her?

I'll forewarn you there are some gruesome murder scenes in 'The Knight' but even though I didn't like reading it, it seemed true to the story. Along with all of Steven James' books there was a surprise twist ending and who I thought was the culprit, wasn't!

This book also made me think about how we all are totally depraved sinners that could never do anything good or right without Jesus's Sacrifice & God's Grace and Mercy. A Bible verse that I always find comfort in is Romans 5:20-21 - Moreover the law entered, that the offence might abound. But where sin abounded, grace did much more abound: That as sin hath reigned unto death, even so might grace reign through righteousness unto eternal life by Jesus Christ our Lord"

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