They said, "He's a nobody."
They were dead wrong.
When reporter Hudson Ambrose hears an early morning call on his police scanner about an injured person at a bus stop on Las Vegas Boulevard, he rushes to the scene to get the scoop.
His world is blown off its axis when he discovers a murdered homeless man with a bankbook in his pocket showing a balance of almost one million dollars. Should he wait for the police, knowing the case will get lost in reams of red tape, or swipe the bankbook and take the investigation--and perhaps a chunk of the money--into his own hands?
With sirens bearing down on the scene, Hudson makes an impulse decision that whisks him on a frantic search for answers, not only about the mysterious man in the black Converse high-tops, but about the lost soul lurking within himself.
About The Author:
A proud native of northeast Ohio, Creston has been writing professionally for almost 30 years.
Creston has edited and ghost-written a growing list of non-fiction books, and has penned three contemporary suspense novels for Waterbrook-Multnomah, a divison of Random House. All three of Creston's novels are available in e-Book format and have been printed in Dutch. He has finished a fourth novel and is working on a fifth.
Learn more at www.crestonmapes.com
The final book that I had the opportunity to review by Creston Mapes, was Nobody, and just like Full Tilt and Dark Star, it was an amazing read.
I truly believe that Creston Mapes may just be one of my new favorite authors. I cannot wait to read more of his books after reading these three fantastic reads.
Nobody is suspenseful, heart thumping and page turning to be sure, but is also infused with God's love and purpose for our lives - to glorify Him in all we do. I love that Mapes does not shy away from including God and His Word in his writing. The characters are amazingly developed, as is the writing. I was not disappointed in Nobody, not at all.
I highly recommend this book and give it a huge thumbs up.
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***I received a complimentary electronic copy of this book, courtesy of Litfuse Publicity, for the purpose of review on this blog. All opinions expressed are my own, and I have not been compensated in any other manner***