Item description for Facing Justice (Justice Series #1) by Diane Munson & David Munson...
Overview Suspense novel about international terrorism written by former Federal Prosecutor and former Federal Undercover Agent. Has international terrorism come to church? Former Federal Prosecutor Diane Munson and retired Federal Special Agent David Munson draw on their true-life experiences in this suspense novel about Special Agent Eva Montanna, whose twin sister died at the Pentagon on 9/11. Eva dedicates her career to avenge her death while investigating Emile Jubayl, a member of Eva9s church and CEO of Helpers International, who is accused of using his aid organization to funnel money to El Samoud, head of the Armed Revolutionary Cause, and successor to Al Qaeda. Family relationships are tested in this fast-paced, true-to-life legal thriller about the men and women who are racing to defuse the ticking time bomb of international terrorism.
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Studio: Faithwalk Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.3" Width: 5.5" Height: 1" Weight: 0.83 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2005
Publisher FAITH WALK PUBLISHING #883
ISBN 193290249X ISBN13 9781932902495
Availability 0 units.
More About Diane Munson & David Munson
It?'s been said of best-selling authors Diane and David MunsIt?'s been said of best-selling authors Diane and David Munson, that he nailed em and she jailed em. David was a Federalon, that he nailed em and she jailed em. David was a Federal undercover agent and Diane a Federal prosecutor. Now these undercover agent and Diane a Federal prosecutor. Now these Ex-Feds write high velocity suspense novels that combine theEx-Feds write high velocity suspense novels that combine their exciting cases into factional fiction by changing the namir exciting cases into factional fiction by changing the names and places. Their books, compared favorably by reviewing es and places. Their books, compared favorably by reviewing critics to John Grisham and Tom Clancy, and by readers to Tecritics to John Grisham and Tom Clancy, and by readers to Terry Blackstock, Randy Singer and Joel Rosenberg, are realistrry Blackstock, Randy Singer and Joel Rosenberg, are realistic, fast-paced, and popular with men, women, and young adultic, fast-paced, and popular with men, women, and young adults. Learn more their six thrillers and watch book trailers ofs. Learn more their six thrillers and watch book trailers of, Facing Justice, Confirming Justice, The Camelot Conspiracy, Facing Justice, Confirming Justice, The Camelot Conspiracy, Hero?'s Ransom, Redeeming Liberty and the newest exciting , Hero?'s Ransom, Redeeming Liberty and the newest exciting release, The Joshua Covenant, at www.DianeAndDavidMunson.comrelease, The Joshua Covenant, at www.DianeAndDavidMunson.com. .
Reviews - What do customers think about Facing Justice (Justice Series #1)?
Mary, ONLY love's to read "outstanding , complex and edge of your seat book's"!! Apr 6, 2007
First came "Facing Justice", WOW!! AS other's have explained in quite some detail what the book is about, I will just say that I have never read anything like this book and have already started on "Confirming Justice". Any age, any gender can read this book. I am keeping MY copies and ordering more for other people that I generally "share with". When I read their cred's it was amazing. They have "done it" seen it" and lived "through it". Non believer's can read this and will love it. To all other's the book show's our weakness and strength, through marriage, work and children, and how to keep and nurture those realtionship's. This book speed's along like a jet!! Went to their website, and my jaw dropped. What a ministry. Thank you Munson's for your Brilliant work in this book.
Awesome Read Oct 26, 2005
If you like legal/suspense thrillers, you've got to read this book. Diane and Dave Munson are giving John Grisham a run for his money.
Facing Justice is a page-turner. The characters are well developed and interesting. And the plot keeps you guessing right up to the end. The only disappointment was in finishing such a great story. I'm already looking forward to the next book.
A must buy, especially for those new to suspense thrillers Sep 17, 2005
My opinion could not be summarized better than that of Tracy's Book Nook on [...] where she said "Facing Justice is a superbly written Christian action/adventure novel. I very much enjoyed this novel and would recommend it to anyone who likes law enforcement/legal adventure stories. Even if you haven't read a suspense thriller, Facing Justice is a great first! This novel has special significance as it is about the war on terror, particularly of interest since 9/11.
I found the characters to be well-developed and interesting. Nearly every character introduced in the novel has great empathic characteristics and the reader feels like s/he understands each one's personal motivations and personality. I liked how the main characters are facing professional as well as personal struggles throughout the story. I could really relate to Eva's struggle to balance home and work and the questioning of her desire to have another child or not.
The plot is fast paced with carefully scripted highs and lows. It definitely had me turning pages to discover what would happen next. I didn't want to put it down and was snatching a few pages here and there throughout the day. One problem I had with the novel was that the author would suddenly inform the reader of events that happened off on the side in the personal lives of the characters. They seemed a little stilted and disjointed at places and the reader is left feeling they missed out on something. A couple of times I wondered to myself, "When did this happen? Did I miss something?" I think these scenes were probably pared down in the interest of length as the novel is already 342 pages long. Perhaps the editing could have been a little more smooth in these areas.
The Christian element was woven throughout the novel but wasn't "in your face." A couple of the characters were having a real strugle with their faith or coming to faith in the novel. I found these struggles to be down-to-earth and realistic, especially Sari's struggles during the chaotic events in her life. It was a nice blending of faith with life and seemed very natural.
Overall, this was a fantastic read! I would heartily recommend it to anyone and will be keeping an eye out for this husband/wife author team in the future. Bravo!"
From today's headlines and last week's church bulletin comes a new legal thriller from the Munson team. Aug 27, 2005
Both Dave and Diane have such interesting legal backgrounds and that is evident in their first legal thriller. I felt like I had a behind the scenes pass to see how our justice system really works. I was very impressed. I believe we will be seeing many more novels from this duo.
Their book will stand out in the marketplace as I do not know of any other authors who are writing with the depth of legal experience combined with an intimate personal relationship with Jesus Christ. What a combination!