I was captivated by Connilyn Cossette’s book titled A Light on the Hill. For some reason, I just had not read any previous books by this author. This is book one in the Cities of Refuge series. I thought the concept of the Cities of Refuge was so fascinating. I was not sure I would care for it, but the characters and plot are very engaging. I’m looking forward to Book #2 in this series. The Cities of Refuge are described in detail in the Old Testament Book of Joshua 20:1-9. The symbolism wrapped up in the Cities of Refuge left an impression. The idea is that all who come seeking are accepted at this place of refuge. The author describes the road to the City of Refuge as straight and smooth, and free of obstacles for the sojourner.
It is always a pleasure to discover a new author. In addition, to the novel crafted by Connilyn Cossette, I have also finished a book by Melanie Dobson titled Catching the Wind. Both of these books, I have recommended to friends and family with enthusiasm.