Item description for Gemini's Cross by E. R. Webb...
Had God abandoned David Baxter? In E.R. Webb's thriller "Gemini's Cross," prominent attorney and pillar of his church Baxter finds his world suddenly in chaos. Accused, arrested, and jailed for the horrific murder of fifteen-year-old Summer Chase, Baxter's prayers seem to be in vain. When consummate evil threatens his own family, Baxter must not only clear his name, but he must protect his teen daughter Meredith as well. "Gemini's Cross" brings Baxter face to face with the startling discovery of wickedness in his own flesh and blood. This thriller races to a surprising conclusion that ultimately shows the limitlessness of God's grace.
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Studio: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.11" Width: 5.46" Height: 0.65" Weight: 0.72 lbs.
Release Date Feb 13, 2007
Publisher Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN 1598868233 ISBN13 9781598868234
Availability 0 units.
More About E. R. Webb
E.R. Webb is a pastor/elder/counselor of thirty-five years. The author has a heart for people, believing that God is constantly at work to form us into the image of Christ, preparing us for His kingdom by His redemptive grace. He enjoys taking this message to others. His hobbies include oil painting, photography, golfing, and traveling with his wife.
E. R. Webb currently resides in Spring, in the state of Texas.
Reviews - What do customers think about Gemini's Cross?
Gemini Cross Jan 5, 2009
Exceptional, blessed, descriptive, one of a kind mystery. I met this author in January 2008 through a mutual acquaintence. I purchased the book directly from the author because I was impressed by his sincerity and his calm confident way of life. I could feel his belief in the Lord.
The biggest lesson one takes away from this book is that the Lord will forgive your sins to your last breath if you believe in him. I never understood the meaning of the bible reading about hiring hands for the field through out the day and then paying each the same amount. It means that you may convert last but you can still gain the kingdom of Heaven if you believe in Jesus and that He died for us.