Drake has gone through some harrowing experience I began reading Jerry B. Jerry Jenkins is the author of more than 175 books. Only this time boon might actually have a chance at helping. As the youngest bureau chief and head of the Chicago Police Department's Major Case Squad, Boone Drake seems to have it all under control. The note from Francisco Sosa read: Job 5:7ff. He has been a journalist, a writer, and an editor. She shrugged and looked at Boone.
He had deserved all the bad stuff. I grew up in a cop family. He recently married a wonderful woman named Haeley, adopted her son, bought a beautiful home, and rediscovered his faith. Yet Boone is somehow waiting for the other shoe to drop. That would make it harder for DeWayne if he had a weapon.
I had to put the book down a few times because it was causing me anxiety. When an all-too-personal case takes Boone to Beijing at a time when Haeley can least afford to let him go, Boone is forced to make a difficult choice. I knew she was a virgin when we met. Could barely put it down. Although promoted as the third in a trilogy, Jenkins leaves the police procedural open to follow on novels. How does it feel to have completed the Precinct 11 series, given that The Breakthrough is the third and final installment? Why was it, then, that being back to a pinnacle in his personal and professional and spiritual lives left Boone wary? This abundance was grace, pure and simple. The depths of human trafficking and the evil practically drip off of the pages.
This book is no exception. But Boone can't fight the feeling that something is about to go terribly wrong. I like going window shopping even though I have no money to buy anything, it is still nice to look. I thank Him for my parents who love and pray for me and my brother daily. Jenkins Christian Writers Guild is a brand-new correspondence course tailored to fit the busiest lifestyle. As the son of a police officer, with two brothers in law enforcement, was it natural to write about a cop and the challenges he faced? The bond between the men and women in uniform is presented well enough to be felt, and readers will appreciate how Jenkins laces the text with the amusing sarcastic banter that is cop humor.
Now what did I ask you? I was thinking of applying for a job at one of the Chicago casinos, so coming this way is just like driving to work. It is obvious that the main focus of the novel is the suspense and cop action involving the Chicago Police Dept, Boone Drake, and the Chinese contact who helps Boone once he arrives in China. This series features Boone Drake, the head of the Chicago Police Department's Major Case Squad. They have a multimillion-dollar budget and ministries all over the city. I started reading this series after receiving the first book for free through the Tyndale Rewards program. The balance, she said, all of it, goes to our churches.
She was rebelling and you were convenient. There he must infiltrate a human trafficking ring. As the youngest bureau chief and head of the Chicago Police Department's Major Case Squad, Boone Drake seems to have it all under control. If you are intere Another great book! The gifts are anonymous, Fritz. In Desecration, his dual-marking was justified in the storyline. With that alertness came intuition, street smarts.
Boone Drake has a great career as a police officer, a loving wife, and young son. If you are interested in a well-written, fast-paced suspense story, this novel is definitely for you. Prove it not to God — He already knows — but to himself and to those in his community. The money was used to buy a comfortable house in a nice neighborhood, to ensure college educations for Max, who has been officially adopted by Boone, and any future siblings, and to gift Boone with the car of his dreams, with the balance given to the two churches that are important in their lives. Writing: 3 out of 5 stars Plot: 3 out of 5 stars Characters: 3 out of 5 stars Reading Immersion: 3. The Breakthrough is the third Precinct 11 Novel, preceded by The Brotherhood and The Betrayal.
When an all-too-personal case takes Boone to Beijing at a time when Haeley can least afford to let him go, Boone is forced to make a difficult choice. We don't want to close a book with a sense that life is totally unfair and that there is no light in the darkness; we want to feel that we have been given illumination. One in his profession, however, had to be ever vigilant. In Chicago that hardly meant ostentatious, but it did mean a place beyond the reach of even a bureau chief. My exposure to human trafficking has been second hand, but it is an alarming and horrific reality today, so I immersed myself in research to be able to paint a real picture of it. He recently married a wonderful woman named Haeley, adopted her son, bought a beautiful home, and rediscovered his faith. I will send you a certificate to redeem at your nearest Christian bookstore or you can get it directly from Tyndale.
Teamed with a former Liberation Army officer, Boone has one chance to pull off an elaborate sting and rescue a young boy before he disappears forever. Will Boone stay strong in his faith; will he keep fighting for the good? Zappolo showed her on paper how she could ensure three kids would go to college and still have more than a million dollars left. She could give me twenty-five grand and not even feel it. Not the normal little set backs most of us have, but drastic and devastating things. How lost I would be without Him.
Boone now has a new wife Haeley and a stepson named Max. Jenkins writing and this did not disappoint. Trouble once again strikes close to home, and Boone is drawn to China in the hopes of untangling one small boy from a band of human traffickers. Now he has a new wife, Haeley, a new son, a new home, a renewed faith, and an increased passion to get gangs off the streets. Jenkins and his wife Dianna have three sons, several grandchildren, and reside in.