Sarah Bannister had been dreaming of being a newspaper reporter since she was a little girl. Now as a successful journalist for the Boston Post, she has won enough accolades and awards for her work to fill an entire wall in her office.
Sarah has a natural talent for Investigative Reporting, having exposed corruption and illegal activities in a number of private companies and public agencies. But she is about to face an investigation that will challenge everything she knows about who she is and where she came from.
Follow along with Sarah as she begins the investigation of a mysterious chapel that may cost her much more than just her reputation.
It is not always easy to publish a first book, and I congratulate CA Pruit on his first release, The Chapel. Released not as a short story or part of an anthology but a full length novel, The Chapel is a suspenseful thriller. It is a release that should be given attention to, and I am hoping that CA Pruit continues to write and release more novels.
The type of style of writing that is in the pages of The Chapel is not one of my favorites but it tells the story completely. It jumps around quite a bit to tell large chunks of back story in 'flashbacks, research reading and mythical dream sequences' that sometimes left me forgetting what I was reading before the backstory came into place.
I found the story itself engaging and the characters likable, even as some of them only made a short appearance. I thought the ending would have gone another way, and maybe that led to some of the suspense.
If you are a fan of suspense or thrillers, give CA Pruit's first release The Chapel a try.