Monday, January 26, 2009

Faces in the Fire by T.L. Hines

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

Summary:

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.

2 comments:

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.

stormi

wilsonwriter said...

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