Gilbert Morris is a premier Christian author who has brought us some amazing historical novels as well as fantasy/science fiction, but he also writes standalone faith based dramas like Through A Glass Darkly.
Adam Smith woke up from a coma with no memory of who he or where he came from. All he knows is he keeps having a recurring nightmare of a fire.
With the efforts of a new friend named Perry, a tenacious lawyer named DK, and a persistent police detective, they narrow his identity down to wealthy man named Dan Majors. The problems is, after Majors disappeared it was suspected that he had murdered his best friend and left with a bag of cash.
Adam goes in search of answers to find out if he really is this Dan Majors and if he really committed the murder.
I love Morris as an author. He has a way of bringing things full circle like he does with this novel. However, there is a little twist at the end that feels more like a slap in the face to the reader than a surprise. Despite that, it is a great novel by a great writer.
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