Item description for Mountain Top by Robert Whitlow...
Overview Mysterious visions land Sam Miller in jail for crimes he did not commit. Mike Andrews, the lawyer-turned-minister who defends Miller, must uncover the truth about the visions' origin and meaning in this compelling Southern legal thriller from a bestselling novelist.
Can he trust his client's dreams and visions-even when they threaten to destroy his future?
Supernatural visions filled with images of keys, hatchets, hammers, and fires. An eccentric old man in jail-accused of robbing a church and knowing things he has no right to know. A lawyer turned pastor-suddenly summoned to a stranger's cell by a dream.
How much will one man risk to defend another, when the truth lands him in prison...and the only evidence proving his innocence comes by a dream?
New from Practicing Attorney Robert Whitlow-The Master of Southern Legal Thrillers with a Supernatural Twist.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.61" Width: 5.45" Height: 0.93" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2007
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Edition Special and Us
ISBN 1595542965 ISBN13 9781595542960 UPC 020049132364
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More About Robert Whitlow
Whitlow is a Merit Scholar graduate of Furman University and the University of Georgia School of Law. He has been in private legal practice since 1976.
Robert Whitlow currently resides in the state of North Carolina. Robert Whitlow was born in 1954.
Robert Whitlow has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Mountain Top?
Slow start, but really intriguing....worth the read! Oct 9, 2008
LOVED IT! It started off a little slow, and the "dreams & visions" thing was kind of weird, but if you just take it as a fictional story and let yourself become attached to the characters, it is really really really good! I wish there were going to be a sequel!
You'll want to meet these people Oct 3, 2008
Whitlow's story and characters from Mountain Top will stay with me the rest of my life. But that is why I love Robert Whitlow's novels it is a great read, yes, but you also come away with so much more.
good book Jan 6, 2008
Well-written Christian fiction. Not your typical romance or mystery, just a good story. I checked it out at the library and enjoyed it, then bought one here to give as a Christmas gift. Another Robert Whitlow book, Jimmy, is just as good, if not better.
A Good Read Aug 4, 2007
Writers are supposed to write what they know, and Robert Whitlow knows the South, Christianity, and law very well. The main character, Mike Andrews, is a lawyer-turned-preacher who finds himself back in the courtroom against his will defending a strange old man named Sam Miller. Sam's prophetic visions are part of the reason that he is in trouble.
Sam is not unlike some Christians who might be labeled as fanatic with his visions and his references to God as 'Papa.' Truthfully, though, there are people in our lives who can make us a bit uncomfortable and stretch us in the process of getting to know them.
Whitlow's themes of loyalty, love, and integrity in his characters are what makes this book interesting. I didn't care for this book as much as "The Trial," "The List," or "Life Support" because the story seemed to drag at times. It is definitely worth a read.
Slow moving with an exciting and powerful end Jul 1, 2007
While reading the Mountain Top, I was sometimes bored with it. The author supplied unnecessary details, but I kept reading because I was intrigued by the book's unusual plot. Eventually the Mountain Top became a real page-turner. The plot is carefully executed, and the story is completely believable. Some of the characters, especially Peg, could use more depth. Whitlow did a great job describing the two main characters, though. If you like action, it really picks up toward the end of the story. I liked Whitlow's Life Support Life Support (Santee) quite a bit more than Mountain Top, but Mountain Top is definitely worth reading. Author, With Great Mercy.