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Editorial Reviews. Review. "Frank Muller gives a stunning performance in this rerelease of a Dominion (Ollie Chandler Series Book 2) by [Alcorn, Randy].
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Item location:. Joplin, Missouri, United States. Ships to:. I've begun the second and it appears that it will follow another supporting character, a co-worker of Jake's at the newspaper, Clarence. I assume that there will be some mystery Ollie will be involved in, but either way, I'm looking forward to the last 2 books in the series and would definitely recommend them!

Update: I just today finished Dominion, the second book, and enjoyed it as well. I started out a bit more skeptical, as the story follows Clarence, Jake's co-worker, and I really felt like he was a completely different person from the one we met in Jake's story. By the end, that didn't really matter as much though. I thought the mystery was a bit slower to get going, but it was excellent and had a twist I missed coming!

I love that there is some follow-up on characters from the first book, and this story continues with giving one lots to think on as it deals with the hot topic of racism. I really felt that Mr. Alcorn balanced the issue well; it wasn't presented at all as a way to make "white people" feel guilty, but was very thought provoking. Clarence's change is interesting to follow throughout the story. Both books so far have also given the author's interpretation of heaven and hell definitely is a great emphasis on heaven and only touches on hell.

It's so inspiring and interesting to read.

Ollie Chandler Collection: Three Novels: Deadline, Dominion, Deception by Randy Alcorn

I have not read anything yet that I have doubted has a biblical basis, though one must remember that it is the author's idea of what heaven may be like. The final book is in the voice of Ollie Chandler himself and I'm looking forward to seeing what's in his head! Update 2: excellent third book!

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The mystery in this was great; lots of twists and intrigue and when you thought it was over, it had barely just begun! This didn't have as much of a hot topic as the other two, but dealt with Ollie's inner struggle as he listens to Clarence and Jake urging him to consider Christ, yet sees so much injustice and suffering in thr world. I appreciated that the author stayed true to Ollie's character and didn't let his journey tuen false and I would definitely recommend this series to mystery lovers and even as a way to reach someone with Christ's story, especially if they are seeking.

Update 2: Excellent final installment to the series. The mystery in this was the best yet and had so many twists and turns! It follows Ollie as he investigates a murder for which he begins suspecting one of his fellow homicide detectives. This one doesn't have so much of a hot topic like the previous books, but follows Ollie's journey as Clarence and Jake witness to him while he struggles with seeing so much injustice and suffering which he sees as contradictory.

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I appreciated that the author stays real to Ollie's character and doesn't add any unnatural, contrived spiritual revelations. I would recommend this to any mystery lover and even as a way to share Christ with a book loving, seeking friend! I cried and laughed throughout this series, inspired by the lives and faiths of the Christian characters as well as the peek at the author's idea of heaven and the joy that awaits us there!

I recieved a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review. The first novel Deadline introduces the reader to the main characters, Jake Woods and Ollie Chandler as well as numerous supporting characters, especially Clarence Abernathy. Jake Woods and Clarence Abernathy didn't start out as friends, but as work colleagues at the local newspaper, Jake being the editorial columnist and Clarence is the sports columnist.

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You have an opportunity to witness the development of a friendship over the course of the three books. The connection to Ollie Chandler,the local homicide detective, is through Jake Woods who befriended him some years before. Each character plays a prominent role in the subsequent plots, with the other two playing important supporting roles, Jake Woods in Deadline, Clarence Abernathy in Dominion and Ollie Chandler in Deception. There are several obvious moral dilemmas interwoven throughout each book which test what each man is made of, his moral compass, the stereotypical depiction of heaven and hell, as well as the choices each man is faced with.

For example, when people close to them die and all hope is gone how do they find the faith to trust again, lean on a power greater than themselves a coming to Jesus moment. The decisions they choose to or not to make ultimately help define the person each man becomes. At some point all three ask themselves the question "Where is God in this situation? He, along with Ollie Chandler, set out to uncover who is responsible for their murders.

Along the way his own lack of faith is tested and his comes to accept that there is a power greater than his own understanding. In Dominion, Clarence Abernathy, grapples with the senseless killing of his younger sister in her home in front of her children. He begins to question his "Trust in the Lord. But you have lost yourself in me. In doing so, you have found yourself. Deception focuses on Ollie Chandler, the local homicide detective, while on the trail of solving the murder of a university professor gets entangled in a mess of his own.

Ollie Chandler Collection: Three Novels: Deadline, Dominion, Deception

This type of scandal helped define who Ollie Chandler is as a man, a detective, what are his principles and his beliefs. Chandler is asked what he admires in people and he responds with a shrug. Jake Woods then says to him "Think about it. The virtues of good people inspire us.

Would you ever have been able to see courage without danger? Or heroism without desperate situations?

Compassion without suffering? Justice without injustice? Sacrifice without a need? Although Randy Alcorn's writing style is engagingly detailed, it takes a long time to finish reading each book each one is well over pages.