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DEAD OF NIGHT
by Brandilyn Collins

Genre: Inspirational, Mystery/Thriller/Suspense

2005 Inspirational Novel Nominee

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A serial killer preys
on the residents of Redding, California—
five young women slain in as many months, and no suspects. Forensic
artist Annie Kingston's newfound Christian faith is challenged as she draws the victims for identification. Then a sixth victim is left next to her property. Is the killer taunting her?

With her private life in upheaval,
as well as the strain of the murders, Annie's emotional resources are
strung to the snapping point. She
must learn that the source of evil
lies in the unseen realm, and the
answer to it can only be found on
her knees.

Collins' polished plotting sparkles
in this third in the Hidden Faces
series. The author spins unique
word twists on the psychotic serial
killer mentality. Lock your doors,
pull your shades and read this book
at noon—not in the dead of night.
(May, 400 pp., $12.99)

Reviewed By: Jill Elizabeth Nelson

Publisher: Zondervan

Published: May 2005

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