Collins' latest offers a hefty dose of action and suspense with a superb conclusion. Kaycee is a unique character with many fears, which may help readers face their own terror with help from the Lord.

Kaycee Raye knows that her fears tend to control the way she lives her life, but this time she's certain it's not just her paranoia. A camera with a photo of a dead man shows up in her kitchen and disappears again before the police arrive. Other strange events occur, some coupled with dreams that seem as real as memories. Is she going crazy, or is someone trying to make her think so? (ZONDERVAN, Jun., 272 pp., $14.99)
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Melissa Parcel