A mark of grace

Reviewed by:

Beth Swanson, voracious reader


A mark of grace (Secrets of the Canyon Book 3)


Kimberley Woodhouse


Bethany House


Publication date:





336 pages


In 1894, Ruth Anniston dreams of leaving Pittsburgh. Thirteen years later she is the lead staff at El Tovar Hotel, Grand Canyon. She is respected as their supervisor and liked to explore the canyon in her off hours. Ruth was attacked by a lion and now has been trying for two years to heal and become normal again. Her injury not only left her physically scarred but also very angry at God. She now works behind the scenes, embarrassed by her scars. But when hotel money begins to disappear, Ruth is at risk as she works to find out the thief.

The head chef, Frank Henderson, and Ruth were true friends. He was trying to help her see beauty even though she has scars. They work together to determine where the funds are going, who is the person or persons responsible are and to save El Tovar.


5 out of 5

Suggested audience:

Age 16 to adult

Christian impact:

God gives us unconditional love! God’s love for us is unfathomable.

A Mark of Grace (Secrets of the Canyon Book #3)



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