Every good and perfect gift is from above,
coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights,
who does not Change like shifting shadows. James 1:17

Where mystery & romance collide with and even Bigger Faith…


The story Twelve Days offered me an outstanding introduction to Christian suspense novelist Heidi Glick. The story takes place at Christmastime, which I love, but the real win is how the main character overcomes his struggling faith.

I’ll admit that I hold novellas to a higher standard, as they usually favor action or character development and not both due to the length of the story. Mrs. Glick delivers on both accounts.

Even while angry with God, Scott becomes diligent in finding Lindsey, and then when he’s caught by a serial killer who has been on the scene for longer than Scott has been an adult, Scott’s presence unites the other captives. He helps the other abductees focus on their capabilities, such as the plumber. Anyway, I won’t go too far into the but say that each person was unique, which is good writing on the author’s end. I felt satisfied with the ending to a great story.

This book is for those who like Christian fiction, suspense, action, mystery, detective novels, and whodunnits. Thank you to the author for allowing me to read an early copy. All opinions are my own.

Meet the Author

Heidi Glick has a B.A. in biology from Cedarville University, a Master of Technical Communication from Utah State University, and a passion for writing Christian fiction. Additionally, she is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Faith, Hope, and Love Christian Writers and has written two articles for Intercom.

Before becoming a suspense writer, Heidi taught science to middle and high school students and edited science documents. Heidi resides in rural Northwest Ohio with her husband, two children, and six pets.

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