Size: 5.5 x 8 inches
Imprint: Kregel Publications
Availability: In stock
Mix Middle Eastern politics, terrorism, and some deadly secrets on one military base with multinational diplomats talking about a possible Arab-Israeli peace accord and you've got a recipe for a riveting tale of divided loyalties.
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Review Christian Library Journal - June 3, 2004Divided Loyalties is both chilling and mesmerizing as the reader is drawn into the convoluted twists and turns of espionage.
Review Publishers Weekly - June 3, 2004There's promise in this first effort, and readers who like a military edge to their evangelical thrillers should be intrigued.
Review By: Dorinda Moerer, N.W. Baptist Witness - June 3, 2004One of the most riveting novels I've read in a long time.
Review Messianic Times - June 3, 2004Readers should be prepared to set aside enough time to really dig in and enjoy this novel, as they may have a difficult time putting it down.
Review By: Linda Hutton, Editor of Hutton Book Review Services - June 3, 2004In her fascinating debut fiction, L.K. Malone has written a fast-paced, action-filled Christian spy novel that is also an inter-faith love story. She skillfully weaves together all the elements necessary to produce a page-turner that will keep the reader up late, breathing fast, in order to find out who done what. Don't make any guesses as to her convoluted plot, because you'll be wrong. Spies, counterspies, and counter-counterspies abound in Malone's welcome venture into Christian writing. Hers is a fresh voice in the field of Christian fiction, sure to be a best-seller and garnering her legions of fans.
Review By: Hank Searls, Author of Overboard, Jaws2, screenwriter of The Fugitive and - June 3, 2004Christian readers will find the twists and turns of Divided Loyalties captivating and its heroine Giselle fascinating. This is a fast-moving and well-researched novel of suspense and romance.