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Book Review and Radio Interview: Sweet Scent of Justice by Debbie Wilson

Posted by pnaessensshow on February 18, 2013 at 4:20 AM

On April 4, 1981, Debbie Wilson’s older sister Kathy was brutally murdered. 23 years later, after being unable to answer her daughters questions surrounding the circumstances of her murder Mrs. Wilson went searching for answers. Sweet Scent of Justice, Mrs. Wilson’s true crime memoir chronicles her search which ultimately leads to not only the capture but sentencing of the real killer.

Sweet Scent of Justice may indeed be Mrs. Wilson’s first book but it certainly doesn’t read that way. Wilson opens the book describing an ordinary day in the lives of siblings and ends Sweet Scent of Justice with a remarkable act of forgiveness. In between those two precious scenes is a true crime thriller that reads like a note on the refrigerator from your mom; short sweet and to the point.

Mrs. Wilson is a Born Again Evangelical Christian not only in word but in deed. Sweet Scent of Justice is a wonderful example of her Savior Jesus Christ’s powerful command to be of this world but not actually in this world. Through each frustrating setback and each hard fought victory God was a part of her journey.

I give Sweet Scent of Justice 5 stars and I believe that you dear reader will reach the same conclusion about Sweet Scent of Justice as I have.

I enjoyed reading Sweet Scent of Justice so much that I invited Mrs. Wilson to discuss Sweet Scent of Justice with me on my secular syndicated Internet Radio program The Phil Naessens Show. You can listen to this interview here.

You can purchase Sweet Scent of Justice here.


Disclaimer: Sweet Scent of Justice was sent to me free by the author for review purposes only. Never was I asked to give a favorable review nor was this free book payment for an appearance on any Phil Naessens Media radio program.


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