Deadly Disclosures by Julie Cave
Dinah Harris, a demoted FBI agent is requested to join forces with a past FBI comrade in solving the abduction of the Secretary of the Smithsonian Thomas Whitfield. Absorbed in her own past failures and tragedies, Dinah by day is on a search to find out who would murder the Secretary of the most famous museum in America, and by night wrapped up in an addiction to alcohol.
Evolution versus Creationism and how they are portrayed in government and the media drives a secret organization to secure their desire for supremacy on the side of Evolution. They will do whatever it takes to make sure they have the right people in prominent positions. Through a web of lies, subsequent deaths, and backlash Dinah searches out the truth of the case, while a still small voice searches out for her.
I loved the detailed information on the creation versus the evolution debate in the book when scientists were debating each other and talking candidly. I thought the scripture references and the role and characters of Andy and Sandra helped move the book in a forward motion in getting the reader to really think on and consider not only creation, but the young earth theory. Well written, and mind capturing as it was so hard to put it down and I couldn’t wait to get back to reading it again. Excited that I have the 2nd book in the series in hand already and plan on starting it next.
I was given this book by New Leaf Press and am very pleased with the quality of writing from Julie Cave.