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Danger in the Shadows

Posted By: Mary Poole
Date: Friday, 6 October 2006, at 6:32 a.m.

   I read the book Danger in the Shadows. This book is about a woman who as a young child her and her younger sister were abducted my a madman. Her younger sister, Kim, was killed by this madman but Sara was spared. The man that killed Sara's sister was never found and Sara had to live with the thought of him killing her everyday of her life. She was put in protection and had to transfer jobs and switch homes dozens of times. There was no time for love or close friendships. her life consisted of her family, mainly her brother, her work, and the FBI. 

   One day after staying late at work she was in an elevator with Adam Black, a famous sports star, when it abrubtly haulted to a stop and the lights flickered off. Filled with panic and the flashbacks of her childhood Sara froze and stood cold. Adam Black helped her through it and made sure she was okay. Although Sara knew it couldn't happen to her, she felt a connection between herself and Adam, but had to deny them for her own protection. 

   Throughout the book Sara struggles through her relationship with God, and trusting him to take care of everything. But when the strange man that attacked her many years ago comes looking for her, Sara's life gets turned upside down. But in the end through Sara's faith she makes it through.

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