Monday, November 10, 2008

The Boneman's Daughters by Ted Dekker

Dekker's mainstream debut is coming this April from Center Street.

Summary:

Military intelligence officer Ryan Evans is hot on the trail of Boneman, a Texas serial killer who murders his victims by breaking their bones. Evans witnessed this torture technique when he was serving in Fallujah. Now he's a suspect and his daughter is Boneman's latest target! Can he clear himself and save his daughter?

Read our latest interview with Ted here.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great! Another creepy serial killer novel from Ted. Gimme a break.

Anonymous said...

The person above is a moron. I'm excited!

jrohrer said...

The first person is a moronic human being who has no taste. I'm really excited!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

the first person has no taste...if you like ted dekker...you'll be excited about all of his books!

human being said...

get a life Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Despite the use of religious ideas, this novel has little meaning, and is a quick read that is easily forgotten. It fills a niche in the book market, because the bestseller lists and primetime TV shows demonstrate that people love stories of psychotic killers filled with murder, mayhem and vague allusions to something deep. This is charmless trash fiction that sells

Anonymous said...

I really enjoy Ted Dekker's writing. For those who claim they don't like it. OH WELL! Their loss not mine. For those who do like it I must ask, being that this is a christian author which on average means that mostly christians are reading it and if you are christian what are we saying to others when we respond unkindly to their feelings, cant we handle our differences responsibly?

CaliGirl said...

For what it's worth, Ted isn't writing this as cheap junk to fill a market niche. The story was inspired by the story of Ted's own daughter, who got herself tangled up in some bad trouble, and of of Ted's own desperation to rescue her. It's Ted's love letter to his daughter.

-Cali