Rene Gutteridge
The Splitting Storm
July 11, 2018 Comments.. 491
The Splitting Storm Unsatisfied with the police investigation of his brother s murder FBI agent Mick Kline embarks on a journey to discover the truth A young blind woman holds the key but her fear for her own life keep

  • Title: The Splitting Storm
  • Author: Rene Gutteridge
  • ISBN: 9780842386029
  • Page: 302
  • Format: Paperback
  • Unsatisfied with the police investigation of his brother s murder, FBI agent Mick Kline embarks on a journey to discover the truth A young blind woman holds the key, but her fear for her own life keeps her silent Readers will be gripped by the suspense and moved by the underlying themes of faith and spiritual blindness in this novel by up and coming author Rene GutteridgUnsatisfied with the police investigation of his brother s murder, FBI agent Mick Kline embarks on a journey to discover the truth A young blind woman holds the key, but her fear for her own life keeps her silent Readers will be gripped by the suspense and moved by the underlying themes of faith and spiritual blindness in this novel by up and coming author Rene Gutteridge.

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    1. Gerda Jongsma says:

      Leuk boek, leest makkelijk weg. Het geloof zit er mooi in verweven, gelukkig kwam het niet té veel naar de voorgrond. Wel ergerde ik me soms aan de vele eigenaardigheidjes die de hoofdpersoon had. Waarom had hij zulke bijzondere eetgewoontes? Deed het er iets toe, of diende het enkel als manier om Mick 'interessanter' te maken? Er werd mij iets te veel de nadruk opgelegd om alleen maar willekeurig bedoeld te zijn. Begrijp me niet verkeerd. Er zaten ook vele spannende en sterke stukjes in. Bij s [...]

    2. Micheal Hutchinson says:

      A great actual first book for the series, chronologically it is the second book in the series. It is a great way to show how Mick has matured and become a devout Christian fully committed to god. He has become an FBI agent searching for his brother Aaron's killer. Another great installment to the series that will leave many fans of the series satisfied. This book once again packs a punch, in the way that it is very well written.

    3. ❤ArtfullySinful❤ says:

      A massive storm that splits in twoA splitting storm.The other dies out.The other grows stronger.Begining growing up in an abusive home, one man takes the burning rage in him on another, many times over.Ending with gut instincts of High School Football Coach turned FBI Investigator Mick Kline in the home of A Widow in a Small Texas Town in the ultimate act for that man to remain hidden and anonymous.A compelling novel about thinking outside of everyone else's comfort zone, to catch who was the of [...]

    4. Deb says:

      Plot Summary: What happens, When & Where, Central Characters, Major Conflicts[return]Unsatisfied with the police investigation of his brother's murder, FBI agent Mick Kline embarks on a journey to discover the truth. A young blind woman holds the key, but her fear for her own life keeps her silent. Mick is in trouble because of his obsession with the case, but even a lead of absence won't keep him from trying to find out the truth. He believes his brother's killing is the result of a serial [...]

    5. Dan Salerno says:

      Wow! If ever there was a page-turner, this one is it. Of all the books that Rene Gutteridge has written, that I've read thus far, this one seemed to be the best researched. She did her homework and it shows. The topic, of mystery and murder, written from a faith-filled standpoint, is done with insight.

    6. Janai says:

      The story was ok. The mystery was formula. I thought, at first, all the God talk was a joke. Then I thought it would have an impact on the story. But no it was the author using their work to preach. I'll go to church if I want that, not read a mystery novel. Totally turned me off and I won't read any other books by this author.

    7. Kmb says:

      The characters are probably the highlight of the book. They're what makes it interesting a lot of the time. The plot isn't too intense, but it's still a good book! It's well written and even has a dash of humor.

    8. Dawn Traylor says:

      Couldn't put it down!This was my first time reading Rene Gutteridge and I loved it! The character and story development were right on, you were right there in the midst of the action. This book never gave the ending away and kept you intrigued by the possibilities.

    9. Krista says:

      I love Rene Gutteridge and this book was a fun, quick read. I brought it with me when I had jury duty recently and I'm glad I did! I had plenty of time to read and this book was riveting enough to keep me amused.

    10. Krystal says:

      This would be a 4.5. Started off as a good book, and just got better. It was hard to put down. I definately want to read more by this author.

    11. Katie says:

      One of my favorites of hers even though I know the twists and turns, I still enjoy rereading it.

    12. Teresa says:

      Recommended by Julie Springer

    13. Kandyce Barber says:

      FBI agent, Mick Kline's brother has just been murdered and he sets out to solve the crime. Overall a fun, quick read. The author has created an interesting religious line in the story.

    14. Elizabeth says:

      Engrossing suspense/mystery, with just a hint of romance. Both characters' struggles with their faith and their consciences seems real.

    15. Kristen says:

      Well I had to read a Christian Fiction book for my book report this month so I tried to find something mildly entertaining. It sounds good. We'll have to see…

    16. Mary says:

      This is the first book by Rene Gutteridge that I have read, but it won't be the last! A good mystery will keep me turning pages --and it did!

    17. Diana says:

      An interesting mystery. Not great, but still enjoyable.

    18. Rick says:

      Last of a trilogy. Kept me turning pages, but kind of a 'beach read.'

    19. Alyse says:

      Extremely slow read. I kept feeling like I was missing pieces to the story the entire way through.

    20. Nick Woodall says:

      A mystery, who-dun-it, book.

    21. Summer says:

      This book was good. It was a murder-mystery with a Christian values and a great story.

    22. Kandra says:

      Perhaps I would have liked it more if I had read the previous book(s) in the series. Still, it was good.

    23. Mj says:

      This author is really growing on me. She's not Jane Austen, but her stories are good, and its nice to read Christian books that aren't so cheesy.

    24. Sherry says:

      I really enjoyed this book. Hope to find the next two in The Storm Series.

    25. Randy Alcorn says:

      Rene Gutteridge is a fine writer who skillfully tells this story, driven by interesting characters and an intriguing plot. The Splitting Storm is a page-turner—it really held my interest.

    26. Christy says:

      Storm chasing, serial killers and FBI theories, how can you go wrong?

    27. Denice says:

      I hard a hard time putting it down.

    28. Tammi says:

      I was in the mood for mystery and suspense and Ms. Gutteridge did not disappoint. This is the third book I've read by her, and I've enjoyed them all.

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