Crimson Cord, by Jill Eileen Smith (book review by Susan Karsten)

104_1697Biblical fiction, often fraught with theological problems….NOT this time! Of course, this is a fictionalized version of the story of Rahab, but the author really did it justice. She worked in several additional Bible events with deft aplomb, causing no snorts of disgust, derision, or disappointment from this reader. The portion of the tale that deals with Rahab’s…ahem…career, is not for children. But, if you enjoy the Biblical ficiton genre, you won’t want to miss this offering.

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