{Mini-Book Review} Deeper Water by Robert Whitlow

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{Mini-Book Review} Deeper Water by Robert WhitlowDeeper Water by Robert Whitlow
(Website, Blog, Twitter, Facebook, Goodreads)Published by Thomas Nelson Inc on June 1st 2008
Genres: Christian, Fiction, General, Thrillers
Pages: 400
Format: Hardcover
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The Tides of Truth novels follow one lawyer's passionate pursuit of truth in matters of life and the law.In the murky waters of Savannah's shoreline, a young law student is under fire as she tries her first case at a prominent and established law firm. A complex mix of betrayal and deception quickly weaves its way through the case and her life, as she uncovers dark and confusing secrets about the man she's defending--and the senior partners of the firm. How deep will the conspiracy run? Will she have to abandon her true self to fulfill a higher calling? And how far will she have to go to discover the truth behind a tragic cold case?

In reading the works of Whitlow, I always find the common thread that has drawn me to each of his novels thus far. From the very first pages  of “Deeper Water ” there is an unusual story inserted that made me question it’s significance to the novel in its entirety . Whitlow paints such a vivid picture of the main character,  a young law student,  as well as the other characters, that it becomes increasingly difficult to put the book down.  The fact that Robert Whitlow is an attorney as well as a Christian is reflected in this novel.  I highly recommend to you “Deeper Water ” for your reading enjoyment.

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About Robert Whitlow

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Robert Whitlow is the best-selling author of legal novels set in the South and winner of the prestigious Christy Award for Contemporary Fiction. A Furman University graduate, Whitlow received his J.D. with honors from the University of Georgia School of Law where he served on the staff of the Georgia Law Review. A practicing attorney, Whitlow and his wife, Kathy, have four children. They make their home in North Carolina.

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