Chelsea Adams, a relatively new Christian, has been blessed with a gift to see things. In the past, theyve been more like cautionary visions, enabling her to warn or pray for someone. But suddenly all that changes.

Paul Adams, a businessman and non-Christian, isnt sure what to make of his wifes gift, especially when it means a change in his hard-laid plans. Truly he loves her and despite his misgivings, supports her the best way he can. But this time, the vision is murder

If you like suspense, your heart rate should climb while reading this novel. Its filled with more turns than a winding mountain highway and just as dangerous. Will Ms. Collins become the Mary Higgins Clark of Christian fiction? No doubt about it. (Oct., 400 pp., $12.99)

Reviewed by: 
Bev Huston