Monday, June 27, 2011

Tale of two inspirational fiction suspenseful books

Jumbo Editorial Team

If your tastes run to high-octane suspense/thrillers False Pretenses by Kathy Herman and The Priest’s Graveyard by Ted Dekker are a couple of new bestselling novels in the inspirational market to consider.

In False Pretenses by Kathy Herman, Zoe Broussard loves her life. She owns a thriving Cajun eatery in South Louisiana and is married to the love of her life. One day, out of the blue, she receives a series of anonymous notes that sends her life into a tailspin. Five simple words: “I know what you did.” Unbeknownst to anyone, even Zoe’s husband, Pierce, she has a past — a past she had covered so well she never thought she would have to confront. How could anyone know what she did?

“With its perfectly-paced suspense, Cajun flair, and riveting look at the high price of deceit, Kathy Herman’s False Pretenses is a true page-turner,” Marlo Schalesky, author of Beyond the Night, recommended.

Two abandoned souls are on the hunt for one powerful man in The Priest’s Graveyard by Ted Dekker. Soon their paths will cross and lead to one twisted fate. Danny Hansen is a Bosnian immigrant who came to America with hopes of escaping haunted memories of a tragic war that took his mother’s life.

Now he’s a priest who lives by a law of love and compassion. It is powerful men and hypocrites who abide by legal law but eschew the law of love that most incense Danny. As an avenging angel, he believes it is his duty to show them the error of their ways, at any cost.

One online reviewer wrote about the book: “Reading this book is like being locked in the trunk of a speeding car and trying to figure out where you’re going by tracking the twists and turns the journey takes. Chances are once the car stops and you’re tossed out, you’re nowhere near where you thought you were going.”

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