I, having helped my mom walk through a cancer diagnosis, can totally feel for the main character of this book. Clint works for the FBI. He's strong, he's manly, he's married to the love of his life and everything is going his way.
Now, he's weak, and his wife is trying to take care of him, but Clint feels that's his job. She's an oncologist and can't fix her own husband. She feels like a total and complete utter failure! And now, she is trying to burn the candle at both ends and she starts to feel a little sick herself.
Then there is work, another venue where he feels like a loser. And where is God is this whole mess? Chemo brain is affecting his memory and his work. Something plays around the edges of his consciousness and he knows it's important but he can't seem to grasp the memory.
The case is heading south and they are running out of time. Can he trust God to take care of him? Of his family? Of this case?
Suspenseful from start to finish, I recommend this novel.