A sleepy Hampshire cathedral city, a remote cottage in central Wales and a small town in the forests of east Texas - these are not locations where one might expect to find social unrest, political intrigue, or calculated injustice. Set shortly in the future, in 2030, Courting Rendition takes the form of a journal which follows the life a woman as she moves from the predictable and the pleasant into subterfuge, confusion, catastrophe and, perhaps, redemption. A seemingly 'ordinary' woman, she belongs to a community which looks for an inner light which is as tangible and as real as the Anti-Terrorist Task Force. This gripping novel has a profound and open spirituality underlying it - giving a dimension to the story that is both unusual and convincing. Both exciting and challenging, Courting Rendition provides a new perspective on integral social and political issues. Inspired by authors such as Chaim Potok and Robert Harris, the author compares her work to a varity of books, including I Capture the Castle by Dodie Smith and The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd. Courting Rendition will appeal to fans of spiritual fiction.