The Crimson Cord by Jill Eileen Smith

This is a thought provoking story of Rahab.  It takes elements from the Bible telling her story and weaves them with the back story that the author puts together.  It really gives insight as to what it was like living in that time period and what might have led to her lifestyle.  It is a good story of redemption and I liked how the story from the Bible is there to back up what was written.  I felt like the author put much research into this story so she could tell it in a way that would keep the reader's attention.
I received this book free from the publisher to review.


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