Scott Malkin, FBI agent, isn't a believer; not in God, not in heaven, and certainly not in angels. He is on a quest to prove to his colleagues that angels and miracles just don't exist OR do they? He is put on a case that has been named "angel case". Maybe just maybe there is such a thing as bulletproof humans. The dubbed "angel" has been able to get away from his grip more than once. Will he ever be able to bring a this case to a close? Can this criminal be stopped just by believing? Can one become too caught up in one's job to forget to enjoy the little things? However, the angel is good at running, taking flight, and an expert and disappearing. She's definitely able to hold her own. She's determined and spunky. Somewhat stubborn but maybe Scott has met his match in the angel. It may even take some Bible knowledge to crack this case. Will Scott and his colleagues be equipped enough to catch the criminal. I guess you'll just have to get Emily's book and read it to find out if Only Angels are Bulletproof.
I totally enjoyed this page turner. The plot thickens with each turn of the page. As you keep turning the page you really want to know if Only Angels are Bulletproof. Inquiring minds want to know and if you read to the end you'll find out for yourself. If you like detective, mystery, and action then this book is for you. It's all there. This is Emily's first book and I give her a bulletproof vest for a well done job. I am so glad that Emily asked me to review her book. Thanks.
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