Saturday, June 11, 2011




FOGGY
With a Chance of
MURDER
By
G. G. VANDAGRIFF

Chloe Greene is a beautiful young woman who does not believe in God as such.  Her belief is in nature and meditation.  Rob Stevens is a "jack Mormon" who has lost all faith and belief in God when he loses his wife Pamela and son Robbie within 18 months of each other.  Edward Petersen is Rob's elderly home teacher who for years has patiently visited Rob each month.  Rob thinks he's a nuisance, but puts up with him.  Martha is Chloe's alcoholic mother who has a strong dislike for Mormons.  Ginger is Rob's sister who is also an alcoholic, whose secret from the past has made her a recluse and given her the desire to drink herself to death. Why?  Luke is the boyfriend from Chloe’s past that suddenly appears from nowhere and wants her back.  Can she trust him?

What brings this group of people together?  A foggy beach and someone who wants Rob dead, but why?  Learn how this group of people working together learn about prayer, faith, the Holy Ghost, peace, believing, Heavenly Father, trust in each other, celestial marriage and so much more.

Once I was able to sit down and really read this book, I couldn't put it down.  I would read one chapter and it would leave me wanting to read the next one until I looked up and it was 1am in the morning and I had finished the final chapter.  Who wanted Rob dead and why?  What secret was Ginger hiding?  Rob had to find the answer to both questions.  As he looked for the answer to these questions, he opened the door to find hidden secrets of others he loved and thought he could trust.  What are they?  Who are they?   G. G. has written a book that has intertwined so many story plots and has done it well.  If you like mystery, intrigue, terror, betrayal, then I would recommend this book.  I enjoyed this book and would recommend it for young adults and up.  Well done G.G.

This book was furnished to me by publisher Deseret Book
I received no compensation for the review of this book.
This book may be purchased at DeseretBook.com
                                                                         

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