Friday, June 13, 2014

Jamie Greening's Novel "The Little Girl Waits"

Are you looking for a top-notch mystery novel to read?  If you are, then check out "The Little Girl Waits" by Jamie Greening.  Trust me:  You'll be more than glad you did!

The plot revolves around a little girl, Tamara, who gets kidnapped outside of Seattle by guys who specialize in selling children. Yes, it's about human trafficking.  A pastor, Butch Gregory, feels compelled to take a leave of absence from his church to go find and rescue her.  Alliances are formed, a search is launched, and an unforgettable story unfolds.

I loved reading this book!  Never having read anything about the all too relevant problem of human trafficking, I was fascinated to get a glimpse into a world many of us choose to never think about.  So the story line definitely held my attention.  Also, Jamie Greening's writing style just clicked with me.  All I can say is it moved me in many ways.

Jamie used to be a Southern Baptist pastor on the West Coast.  Now he's a full-time writer living in Texas.  I met him in Birmimgham, Alabama in 2005 and instantly connected with him.  He's a great Christian guy who is well-read, insightful, funny, caring, and an amazing story teller.

I encourage you to get this book as soon as you can.  It's not expensive, under 200 pages, and easy to read.  Even if you're not a big reader, you'll start this story and not want to put it down until you see what happens with a little girl who needs rescuing and a man who risks everything in the attempt to save her. 

To visit the website dedicated to Jamie's book and learn how you can order it, go to .

To visit Jamie's blog, which is updated regularly and a favorite of mine, go to .  

To follow him on Twitter, go to . 

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