Book Review: Missing Issac
by Valerie Fraser Luesse
Christian , General Fiction (Adult)
Pub Date 02 Jan 2018
I am reviewing a copy of Missing Issac through Revell and Netgalley:
In the 1960's there was another south, one far removed from the Marches, bombings and turmoil played on the news. This South was a place of inner turmoil where everyday people struggled to make things right on a social landscape that was changing right in front of them.
In 1965 a black field hand named Issac Reynolds goes missing in the tiny town of Glory, Alabama, a town removed from the marches. The people of this small town are a variety of concern and indifference, but Pete McLean is a young, wealthy, fatherless white boy, who has made a friend in Pete and is determined to find out what really happened. He knew Issac would not just take off on his family as some assumed.
Before this all ends Pete will find that the lines between, race, class and religion has blurred. and in learning these things some of the towns people will be changed forever.
I give Missing Issac five out of five stars!