EVERY NOW AND THEN
The third book in Kingsbury's series featuring characters directly affected by 9/11 has a good spiritual message, but the storyline isn't as fresh as it could be so many years after the event. The theme of God's control is evident, and it's fun to revisit familiar characters.
After losing his father on 9/11, Alex Brady has turned his whole life over to his police work and ridding the world of criminals. Even the friendship of Jamie and Clay Michaels fails to break through Alex's wall. When he infiltrates an organization bent on destroying people and property for its own gain, can Alex get his superiors to believe him, or must he fight these criminals alone? (ZONDERVAN, Nov., 304 pp., $14.99)