Deception

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Deception

4.5 Stars!

"Follow the evience wherever it leads."-Jake Woods Page 484"He stretched out His hands, and she studied the scars and put her fingers on them. 'Tell me, My Beloved. Do these look like the hands of a God who does not care?'"-Jesus Page 439

The climax of Deception is when Ollie Chandler is investigating the case and is afraid that he may have commited the murder when he was druck because most of the evidence points to him and he can't find any other suspects. When Ollie finally finds a suspect, he is abducted and allmost killed.

Climax

Deceptionby Randy Alcorn

Quotes

First person from Ollie Chandler

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Main character's Characteristics

A murder of a college professor was comitted and the murderer did an excellent job of covering up his tracks. Olllie Chandler suspects that the murderer was actualy one of the homicide detectives that worked with him.

Realistic Fiction

Genre

Conflict

Setting

Deception takes place in Portland, Oregon in modern times. This makes the story more relatable.

Protagonist

Ollie Chandler- a middle-aged homicide detective with a murder to solve

Resolution

Olllie Chandler finds one of the detectives guilty and arrests him after almost being killed. Ollie also finally commits to Jesus.

Point of View

Perserverance and follow the evidence

Theme

Characterization as shown by two other characters

Clarance Abernathy and Jake Woods are Ollie's two best friends who both happen to be Christians. They treat him lovingly but are always trying to convince Ollie to turn towards Christ. There repeated attempts show how stubborn Ollie really is.

Hyperlink

http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/125886.Deception

http://www.christianbookpreviews.com/christian-book-detail.php?isbn=1590526163

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