Thursday, July 19, 2012





About the Book: 
Lizzie Engel is used to running away. At eighteen, she left her Mennonite 
hometown, Kingdom, Kansas, with plans never to return. 
But five years later, the new life she built is falling apart. Lizzie knows 
she's being followed, and she's certain the same mysterious stranger is behind 
the threatening letters she's received. Realizing she'll have to run again, the 
only escape Lizzie can manage is a return to the last place she wants to go. 
Once she arrives in Kingdom, Lizzie is confident she'll be safe until she comes 
up with a new plan. In reacquainting herself with the town and its 
people--especially her old friend, Noah Housler--she wonders if she judged her 
hometown and her Mennonite faith too harshly. However, just as she begins to 
come to terms with her roots, Lizzie is horrified to discover the danger she ran 
from is closer than ever. 
No longer sure who to trust and fearful for her life and the lives of those 
around her, Lizzie finds she has only one place left to run--to the Father whose 
love is inescapable. 

About the Author....          

Nancy Mehl, the author of 12 books, received an ACFW Carol Award in 2009 for her novel For Whom the Wedding Bell Tolls. She has a background in social work and is a member of ACFW and 
RWA. She writes from her home in Wichita, Kansas, where she 
lives with her husband, Norman, and their puggle, Watson. Visit her website at 
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Reader Review.....

At eighteen years old, Lizzie Engel left her hometown of Kingdom and her Mennonite faith, planning never to return.  But five years later, the appearance of a mysterious stalker drives her back to the safety of the little unknown community.  Although she is unsure of the reception her parents and former friends will give her, she knows that the paranoia of the town will only work to her advantage.  As she begins to settle back into her hometown life, she renews old friendships, especially that of Noah Housler.  But soon, her problems follow her to Kingdom and it becomes even harder to know who to trust.  

Nancy Mehl has written an excellent suspense novel with a Mennonite twist.  She succeeds in portraying a splinter group with cult-like tendencies which moved away from civilization many years before.  Anyone who has watched the news in recent years knows this type of thing does happen, and of course is not limited to one belief or denomination.  The Mennonite angle really excited me when I first saw the novel.  As I have said in previous reviews, although I enjoy the Amish novels, for the most part they have almost run out of ideas.  Now that everyone is moving on to the Shakers, Quakers, and Mennonites, it is obvious that the Christian fiction genre will not be returning to the lackluster blandness of the past.  Kudos to Ms. Mehl for continuing to raise the standard for Christian authors.  

5 stars

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the Litfuse Publicity Group<> book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 <> : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”   



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