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Our Trespasses by Michael Cordell


Our Trespasses by Michael Cordell is a contemporary supernatural thriller that captured my attention from the start.

The story explores the inexplainable bond between twins. As I am big sister to twin brothers, I too, have witnessed the inexplainable ‘coincidences’ especially when my brothers were small.

We see that this world is not all there is. Some of the battles we fight are spiritual and we are used as pawns. Spiritual battles cannot be defeated by conventional weapons. We need the power of God and of love. We need to soften our hearts to defeat evil.

Our Trespasses was cleverly constructed. As the action built to a climax so my pulse rose in time with the tension.

Our Trespasses was a departure from my usual genre. There were elements reminiscent of Alfred Hitchcock’s movies within the book. I was entertained but very glad that I was not reading it alone on a dark night!

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Contempt by Michael Cordell

Sacrificial Lamb

Contempt by Michael Cordell is a fabulous contemporary legal thriller that will have you glued and guessing.

Miscarriages of justice have occurred and the truth needs to be uncovered. The tension rises as clearing murky waters begin to uncover a different picture.

The action is fast paced and like any courtroom drama, the reader has to sift through the evidence and decide where the truth lies.

Life is not always black and white but various shades of grey. Underdogs need legal representation concerned with justice and not self-promotion.

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