Three weeks after his twenty-third birthday, Ethan missed the chance to save his brother’s life when he was murdered on the steps of the courthouse in Jacksonville, Florida. Ever since that fateful day, Ethan has sensed a deep disconnect between the man he should have been and the one he has become. His days play out a beat too slow, his mind replaying the scene of his failure again and again.
But when his brother’s widow appears, asking for his help in uncovering what was really behind his brother’s death, Ethan is stunned to hear that she and her late husband were involved in a much larger case than he knew–one that threatens the global power structure. As Ethan joins the search for answers, he will enter into his own past–and discover a means of redeeming his future.
Bestselling and award-winning author Davis Bunn invites you into a world of intrigue as a man held captive by his failure learns how to move forward with hope.
Um, well, that is not what I signed up for, literally.
I don’t even know what I expected this to be about any more, all thoughts I had on “Burden of Proof” by Davis Bunn are gone and I am left wondering what on earth the book was.
It was a thrilling read, yes.
I don’t tend to do time travel books, however, the lesson that Bunn would be perfect … Were there elements of faith or if the characters knew Jesus and had faith. But there was no faith or Biblical content.
The character, Ethan, is not really one that I liked at first, not surprising since it is supposed to be that way, and the growth he had was great, I ended up feeling bad that the story ended the way it did since there were no mentions of faith.
I don’t really think I will be reading another of Davis Bunn’s books since they don’t seem to be something that I enjoy.
I voluntarily received and reviewed a complimentary e/copy of this book which I received from the author/publisher. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.