Indivisible: A Novel by Kristen Heitzmann
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Jonah and Tia share a haunted past--one they were both able to ignore. That is, until animals begin being mutilated by an unknown, yet seemingly human predator. The appearance of a drug ring and the involvement of one of his police officer's spouses in it's operation only adds to the stress in Chief of Police Jonah Westfall's life. In what seems to be the nick of time, Liz Ranier has set up residence in Redford and reopened the veterinary clinic there. She establishes herself as an invaluable resource to Jonah as he investigates the mutilations and also a friend.
Indivisible by Kristen Heitzmann is an edge of your seat, suspenseful, thriller with a well-thought out plot and characters that ooze reality. Kristen does not shy away from the emotions that envelope humanity. Instead she expounds on them to make her characters not only believable, but characters to which both a Christian and non-Christian audience can relate to and learn from. As with many books with numerous characters, it took me a bit to become acclimated to each of the characters and their history with one another. The plot of Indivisible relies heavily on the historical relationships between the characters and until I understood where those relational lines were drawn the characters seemed a bit muddy, but that cleared up by the third chapter or so. From that point forward, I was engrossed (to say the least) in Indivisible and I have been RAVING about the ending ever since!
If you are going to read any one fiction book this year, make it INDIVISIBLE! You will not be disappointed!
****A copy of this book was provided for review purposes by Waterbrook Press. Thank you!