Gods Executioner

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  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • Gods Executioner
  • Roger Terry
  • English
  • 01 October 2017
  • 1555178715

About the Author: Roger Terry

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Gods Executioner The courthouse called first thing this morning, Tanya tells me They ve got an oddball on their hands Don t we all, I philosophize I m a public defender, and oddballs in my line of work are something rare and wonderful like golf balls on a driving range No, she says, this is different You hear about the murder the other night at Oquirrh Park As a matter of fact, I did The morning after a softball game, one of the players was found dead between third base and home Apparently, someone took batting practice on his forehead Well, the guy turned himself in yesterday afternoon He says God commanded him to do it Welcome to Kimball County, a predominantly LDS corner of northern Utah where the prosecution is about to put God on trial at least that s how the defendant, Tracy Parker, sees it Scott Fernelius, the public defender, is supposed to give Parker the best defense possible, but Parker doesn t want a defense He confesses that he killed a man, but he insists he s innocent And so begins the strangest trial of the new millennium. Download Gods Executioner by Roger Terry – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Gods Executioner

  1. Andrew Hall says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Intriguing premise, good writing, and a few queasy moments.A well respected, even beloved Utah Mormon father commits a brutal murder, and then insists that God required him to do it A trial follows, and the truth of the man s claims are put to the test This is the very intriguing premise of Roger Terry s God s Executioner The novel earned an honorable mention for the 2005 AML novel prize, and sounded interesting, so I dove in I generally enjoyed the experience, but I do have reservations abo Intriguing premise, good writing, and a few queasy moments.A well respected, even beloved Utah Mormon father commits a brutal murder, and then insists that God required him to do it A trial follows, and the truth of the man s claims are put to the test This is the very intriguing premise of Roger Terry s God s Executioner The novel earned an honorable mention for the 2005 AML novel prize, and sounded i...

  2. Megan Morris says:

    I have a confession to make I am not a huge fan of LDS fiction I guess I have a desire to reach outside of what I hear and see everyday when I read, although this was a good book, just not my cup of tea.

  3. Susan says:

    All the way through I held back a little Just not completely comfortable with the book However, it was good Made me think about faith and obedience.A small town public defender is to defend a man who admits to killing a man and who s defense is that God commanded him to do it.

  4. Valerie says:

    This was an interesting idea, but the writing and the characters were very cliched I enjoyed seeing how he ended the story, but getting to the end was kind of painful.

  5. Nyssa Silvester says:

    Meh It was just sitting on my bookshelf, and I thought I d give it a try Don t judge.

  6. Don says:

    A good read I was surprised by the way he wrapped it up, and pleased.