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Fallen by Matthew Raley – CFBA Feature

Originally Posted at Bibliophile’s Retreat by Melissa Meeks


This week the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance introduces:
Fallen by Matthew Raley

Kregel Publications(February 29, 2008)

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Matthew Raley is senior pastor of the Orland Evangelical Free Church in northern California, where he lives with his wife and two young children. For fun, he enjoys playing chamber music with friends, giving occasional solo recitals, and playing first violin in the North State Symphony. This is his first book.

ABOUT THE BOOK:
Jim was at work when his eyes drifted to the coffee shop visible from his office window. An attractive woman driving a Mercedes pulled up to the curb . . . and Jim’s married pastor emerged from the car. When Jim delves deeper into his pastor’s world, will he be able to handle what he discovers? Is he right to suspect that Dave is having an affair? In the behind-the-scenes church battle that ensues, Jim is torn between duty to his church and a desire to show grace. A ripped-from-the-headlines drama of suspense that keeps you engaged to the last page.

Fallen is the story about Jim’s relationship with Dave how Jim tries to do the right thing to keep Dave accountable, but finds the situation getting worse and worse. It’s also about Jim’s other relationships. Just as he discovers hypocrisy in Dave, Jim discovers his own sins against his wife and daughter.

MY THOUGHTS: I chose not to read this book based on the information provided about it prior to the tour. Carol Keen has a review posted that would be beneficial to check out before you buy or read this. Also check out other reviews by CFBA Members: Use this link and scroll through the comments from some of the members who’ve posted. Some even say if they’ve posted a review. Go to their blog by clicking their screenname on the comment then click on their blog link in the profile that comes up and find their postings for this book.

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