Book Review of The Chase

Book Review of The Chase
DiAnn Mills is a versatile author. Having had the opportunity to review Pursuit of Justice from the Call to Duty series, as well as Fire In Ember, I was offered the chance to review her newest release, The Chase. First in an upcoming series, Mills draws on a real life FBI solved cold case. Years ago, in Houston, the body of a young girl was found in a back ally. The girl, who relied on feeding tubes, had been starved to death and carelessly discarded. Haunted by the memory, Mills used it as the basis for The Chase.

Once again, she presents a well written Christian suspense, complete with fully developed characters. Mills' has the ability to introduce moments of spiritual crisis, confront unbelief, and spiritually grow the characters in her novels without sounding fake or "preachy". The Chase will not fail to disappoint in this arena either.

While I found the protagonist in Pursuit of Justice more believable, the character of Kariss Walker is likable. Kariss; however, gets involved with situations that would be beyond the imagination of what a typical author would encounter.

Mills' books are easily adapted for book club use. Always included in the back are questions to guide discussion. If you run a book club and go to her website (, you will find, schedule permitting, she will make herself available to book clubs for a telephone call discussion.

The Chase can be purchased from online retailers such as

Disclaimer: The Chase was provided by the author's publicist in exchange for an impartial review. Compensation was not offered and the opinions expressed within are solely those of the reviewer.

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