1810s— Visited by Lady Jameson, English barrister William Snopes, who has sworn off political cases, begins investigating criminal charges against Captain Tuttle of the Padget. Accused of piracy, Tuttle claims innocence on the grounds of a letter of marque, a legal order to intercept smugglers. Unfortunately, the letter is nowhere to be f
This was a quick read for me (I had trouble putting it down), but one that left me with mixed feelings, as I didn’t understand why it was labeled as Christian fiction.
For high school sophomore Amelia, the role of Peter Pan is so much more than just a part in a play. It’s her opportunity to finally convince her parents that she’s serious about her theatre involvement. With a year of acting experience under her belt, Amelia is certain that the title role is hers. After all, that is what God wants for her, right?