Ten Commandments, Twice Removed, by Danny Shelton and Shelly Quinn, is a very popular tool used by the Seventh-Day Adventists in the area that I live in. The book's main premise is to establish that all true follower's of Christ should worship on Saturday, the true Sabbath, and not Sunday.
Although it has been a few years since I have read the book, I do have notes that I took throughout such as:
"For the simple reason that the authors choose to omit such a large amount of key verses regarding law and grace, their conclusions are not to be considered the result of an “in-depth study of all Scriptures related to a certain topic.
The authors rightly point out that unsound doctrine is a result of a “haphazard approach of using only a few Scriptures” and then proceed to do the very thing they accuse others of doing. Therefore there conclusions regarding law and grace are void and can‘t be taken seriously."
Ex-Adventist Outreach, a ministry of Former Seventh-Day Adventists, has provided this excellent, thorough review of TCTR here.
I would further encourage our readers to checkout the numerous resources offered by their ministry.
Courage and Godspeed,