You can run, but you can never hide. Sometimes the only way to have a future is to turn around and face the past. Inside Kathryn C. Lang’s book Run, I discovered how true it is that you can’t run from your past . Beth formerly known as Sara discovered this hard truth through attempting to run from her tragic past.
After witnessing the murder of her husband Sara changed her name to Beth , and ran away to a new life . After receiving a chain of mysterious letters, it became evident to Beth that she hadn’t outran her past. In fact jus the opposite seemed to be the case, her past seemed to be pursing her at an undeniable accelerated speed!
Beth enlisted the help of the detective who originally was involved in her husbands murder case. Both the detective and Beth although at different times end up in a small town in Alabama searching for answers. More questions than answers initially began surfacing .As the pieces of the mystery began unravelling, it became evident that a lot more was involved in the death of Beth’s husband than she had originally thought. Faith plays a huge role in the many twists and turns inside the book.
I felt intensely connected to the characters within the chapters of Run. Numerous times during the book I found myself attempting to solve pieces of the puzzle. It was as if I was present inside the settings of the book. It was impossible for me to put down Run until I had completely read it.
I love the way Kathryn wove faith in real ways inside her book. During the book I believe like myself you will find yourself cheering on behalf of the characters while they search for more answers than questions!
I recommend this book to anyone who likes to read clean Christian suspense. You can find Kathryn’s novels on her website Kathryn would love to connect on Twitter. Be her friend on Facebook. You can purchase Run on Amazon, Barnes & Noble or Smashwords.