Monday, January 26, 2009

Faces in the Fire by T.L. Hines

Coming in July from Thomas Nelson is T.L. Hines' next release.


The stories of four individuals collide in trademark T.L. Hines style where supernatural thriller meets mystery.

Kurt Marlowe is a long-haul truck driver who is hearing strange things over his CB radio. When he goes to a truck stop to try to find a phone, he ends up having breakfast with a young woman with a stunning catfish tattoo on her arm. Inside the tattoo is a series of numbers that she didn't even realize were there . . . but that have great significance.

This collision with her life sets off an unstoppable series of interactions . . . each of which leaves the participants with the bizarre feeling that something fundamental has changed, and yet they have also, somehow, been freed.

Read our review of T.L.'s The Unseen.


ladystorm said...

This book sounds cool, first book of his I read was The Unseen and it was different but good. I will probably try out this one too.


wilsonwriter said...

I'm always ready for another Hines book. In a world of stale, redundant stories, he gives us something different yet reliable.