Caryl and Ron McAdoo's storytelling never ceases to amaze! At over 400 pages Chief of Sinners is a tome! Dealing with tough topics, I’d not categorize this book as a classic romance, nor is it chic lit, but it’s definitely historical since the setting is before the Korean conflict.
Chief of Sinners rings true to life! The very believable characters, their struggles described in vivid terms, totally grab the imagination. This story is no sanitized, saintly Christian read. Chief of Sinners has no profanity, isn’t sacrilegious, but does deal with issues like mental illness and infidelity.
Chief of Sinners is so good that this read took me hostage. Couldn’t put it down. Due to personal and family issues, it was one difficult, yet captivating, book to read. If you’re looking for a sweet romance to cuddle up with, this isn’t the book for you. But if you loved the gritty, “Gone with the Wind,” you'll love “Chief of Sinners!”