Book Case #29 – Accidental Exorcist

9577969Book is still available for free on Amazon right now. Click the book cover to take you to Amazon for your download.

Book and Author Details:
Joshua Graham’s Website
Joshua Graham on Facebook
Accidental Exorcist on Amazon

Accidental Exorcist on Good Reads

Description from Author:

When forensic psychiatrist Abigail Lee meets a baby-killing mother who has been declared criminally insane and acquitted, she discovers something lurking beneath the surface. Something far deeper and more insidious than mere psychopathy.

But can she come to terms with her own struggle with science and faith in time to confront it?

My Review:

I picked up this book on Amazon during a free download offer. I read the intro from the author and it piqued my interest. 

This was a short novella that I read in 20 minutes or so. However, it has the potential to be SO much more. As another reader mentioned in their review on Good Reads, I can see this either expanding into a full novel, or being created into a bunch of stories around the main character.

Abigail Lee, a forensic psychiatrist, not only discovers that science is not the answer for everything, but the strength of God within her.

I would love to see more stories with this character. I would love to see more stories where she meets something that is a struggle, and uses her Professor as a side kick. I would love to see his character expanded on.

They definitely could be a great mix like “Mulder and Scully” or the brothers on “Supernatural” but only in a religious/demonic fighting duo team.

For a quick read, this was well written and creative. It interested me enough to check out Joshua Graham‘s other “Accidental” book series.

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