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Broken Windows - Art Spotlight Mystery #1 - cover

Broken Windows - Art Spotlight Mystery #1

Deb Brammer

Publisher: Deb Brammer

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Summary

Jordan Axtell, an aspiring artist searching for a new beginning, escapes to Idaho. He hopes to put failure behind him and carve a respectable career out of the rock hard art community. But while Jordan reaches for success, a shadow from the past seems to block his way. Strange things disappear and peculiar crimes point to Jordan’s guilt. 
Meanwhile, Alison distracts him from his goals. Zophie drives him crazy with her expectations and questions. And his roommate Matt forces him to enter a new world of wheelchairs. These four Christian singles band together to minister to a rowdy bunch of Bible Zone kids. Sometimes they drive each other crazy, but the four friends soon find they must work together to solve Jordan’s mystery. To what crazy extremes will they go to prove Jordan innocent? And where can they go with their honest questions and secret doubts? When their circumstances seem to whisper that God’s not in control and doesn’t care, how can they fix the broken windows of their faith?

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