In Someone to Blame the Moore family has seen more tragedy in a short period of time than any family needs. After the deaths, not at the same time, of their sons the family decides to move as far a way as possible. They land in the small coastal town of Breakers. They are filled with sadness, anger, guilt and blame and if they can't find a place of grace and healing they may just be torn apart. Though one obstacle may come in their journey to healing and that comes in the form of a drifter that is causing trouble for this small town.
The book begins on a sad tone, and takes awhile for the reader to even find out what exactly happened, but by the end there is a tone of grace, healing and happiness. In the end I am glad I have read the story but defiantly would recommend it to people who want to read a book with very deep stuff in it.
I received this book by the publisher, Zondervan, for my honest review.