Breach of Promise

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Zondervan, 2004 - Fiction - 345 pages
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How far will a father go to get back his only daughter? And how will he survive in a legal system that crushes those who can't afford to fight back? Mark Gillen has the storybook life other men dream of, complete with a beautiful wife and an adoring five-year-old daughter. Then his wife announces she's leaving him. And taking their daughter with her. The other man is a famous film director with unlimited funds and the keys to stardom and wealth for Paula. How can Mark begin to compete? But the most bitter blow comes when he is kept from seeing his daughter because of false charges . . . and a legal system ill-suited for finding the truth. Forged in the darkest valley Mark has ever walked through, his faith in God may ultimately cost him everything in the eyes of the family law system. But it is the one thing that can keep him sane--and give him the strength to fight against all odds for what matters most.
 

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User Review  - Charity Lane - Christianbook.com

This was a great book! The first one that I've read by James Scott Bell and I hope to read others! I found myself feeling the different emotions along with Mark Gillen as he went through so much. Great job! Read full review

User Review  - C.J. Darlington - Christianbook.com

With scenes that move, dialogue that cuts, and nostalgic references to classic movies and actors, expect to be drawn into the world of Mark Gillen from the first sentence. A struggling actor and ... Read full review

Contents

I
11
II
19
III
47
IV
59
V
83
VI
111
VII
123
VIII
149
X
203
XI
217
XII
263
XIII
289
XIV
303
XV
325
XVI
339
XVII
345

IX
175

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About the author (2004)

James Scott Bell, a former trial lawyer, is the bestselling author of Try Dying, The Whole Truth, No Legal Grounds, Deadlock, and Sins of the Fathers. A winner of the Christy Award for excellence in Christian fiction, he lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Cindy. Visit his website at www.jamescottbell.com.

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