This week, the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance is introducing Cry In The Night by Colleen Coble - Thomas Nelson (February 3, 2009)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Author Colleen Coble's thirty novels and novellas have won or finaled in awards ranging from the Romance Writers of America prestigious RITA award, the Holt Medallion, the ACFW Book of the Year, the Daphne du Maurier, National Readers' Choice, and the Booksellers Best awards. She writes romantic mysteries because she loves to see justice prevail and love begin with a happy ending.
2004 More Than Magic winner for Best Inspirational Romance
Without a Trace, Thomas Nelson
2004 American Christian Fiction Writers Mentor of the Year
ABOUT THE BOOK
The highly anticipated novel that delivers what romantic suspense fans have long awaited-the return to Rock Harbor.
Bree Nichols and her search and rescue dog Samson discover a crying infant in the densely forested woods outside of Rock Harbor, Michigan. Against objections from her husband, Kade, who knows she'll become attached, Bree takes the baby in. Quickly she begins a search for the mother-presumably the woman reported missing just days earlier.
While teams scour the forests, Bree ferrets out clues about the missing woman. But she soon discovers something more shocking: Bree's former husband-long presumed dead in a plane crash-resurfaces. Is he really who he says he is? And should she trust him again after all these years?
An engaging, romantic suspense novel from critically-acclaimed author Colleen Coble.
If you would like to read the first chapter of , go HERE
Sometimes I crack myself up reading books because I kind of play "Let's Make A Deal" with myself. I make promises like "just one more chapter and I'll clean the bathroom" or "ok, I'll read until 10:00 and then go to bed." And sometimes a book comes along that makes me throw all those deals out the door.
This book was filled with so many twists and turns that it made you want to keep reading to see if you were right! I love a book that keeps me guessing until the end and this one most definitely did.
And anytime an author crafts characters that are so believable that you think of them long when the book is over is truly talented indeed. I'm still thinking of the people in Rock Harbor!
Seriously, this thriller is very good and well worth your time.