the clouds roll away By Sibella Giorello

Sometimes a book can take you by surprise, such is the case, of the clouds rolled away.  I enjoy a good mystery but rarely read a thriller.  But Giorello's riveting tale of suspense is not only a great read but has many twists and turns, keeps the reader guessing and thinking.  I enjoyed the plot, as well as, the characters. This is a well written, well thought out story line.  Raleigh Harmon, the main character, has some of the same issues in her life that we face---a boss who is trying to prove herself, a boyfriend who seems fickle and then "that complicated" mother-daugher relationship.  I got caught up in the Raleigh's life but was also on the edge of my seat with the suspense of trying to solve the case.  I somehow missed her first book, The Stones Cry Out, but I will be on the look out for her book, the rivers run dry, which is due out this fall. Even though  I didn't read the first book I feel that the books can be read out of order.   This book is written in the same vein of suspense as Robert Whitlow's books.  An excellent read of suspense and leaning on the One who loves us most!
  **This book was provided by Thomas Nelson Publishing (Book Sneeze)**


  1. Tammy, thank you for your kind words! I'm glad you enjoyed spending time with Raleigh!

    with gratitude,


  2. Since I am a fan of Robert Whitlow, I'll try this book.

    Am enjoying Sisterchicks book. Hard to put down.

  3. I haven't read a book like this in a long time. Perhaps I will pick it up to read on one of these extended winter evenings.