A Nasty Bunch by Michael Daybreak

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"This well-meant novella is fueled by Christian faith and deploys familiar tropes about hard work, perseverance and redemption...It’s a pity the author didn’t confine himself to the story of a teacher finding his way. The horror-tale theatrics he forces into these pages only confuse it."
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Paul Woodson must find a way to improve the test scores of his hyperactive new class—a tall order for a young teacher new to the education field, surrounded by co-workers that despises him for being the principal’s pet. Despite the support of his wife and his Christian faith, Paul already is in over his head when a bandit steals a student from his classroom. In an attempt to prove his worth as an educator to the school staff, Paul investigates the kidnapping, but his quest comes to an end when he runs out of leads. But after his wife is taken by the same bandit, Paul resumes his mission. This time, the bandit purposely leaves clues to his motives for the kidnappings. Paul soon realizes that his nemesis is among him and has waged a vendetta against him, too, for a long time. Paul falls into the clutches of his adversary, but his courage and faith in the Lord may turn this into an opportunity to rescue his wife and his student.
 

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Published April 10, 2015 by Michael Sunrise. 136 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction
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BlueInk Review

Below average
on Apr 27 2015

"This well-meant novella is fueled by Christian faith and deploys familiar tropes about hard work, perseverance and redemption...It’s a pity the author didn’t confine himself to the story of a teacher finding his way. The horror-tale theatrics he forces into these pages only confuse it."

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