Book of Days by James L. Rubart
Cameron Vaux is literally losing his mind and he needs to find the “Book of Days” before it is too late. Both his dying father and dying wife refer to this book as God’s life history of everyone in the world even showing the future whether you want to see it or not. Cameron takes a quest to a remote town in Oregon to find the book that will help him fulfill his father’s and wife’s last wish, but he finds that there are people in the town who will stop at nothing to get their hands on it.
Ann Bannister is the host of an outdoor program and a foster sister to Cameron’s deceased wife. Cameron contacts Ann asking for her help in finding the book and even though she thought it was folly to see him again considering she has been secretly in love with him for years, she agrees to help. But she has a secret of her own. Her mother was raised in this same town and she wants to find out why she abandoned her so many years ago.
This is an interesting Christian fiction/mystery where the characters are well-rounded and the storyline is very engaging. In other words, it’s a page-turner.
Thank you to Mr. Rubart and LibraryThing’s Early Reviewer’s program for giving me the opportunity to review this book.