Faces in the Fire
Where Lives Collide
Reviewed by Cindy Loven
This book is like no other book I have ever read. It is classified suspense, but I am not sure that is the classification I would have given it. It is different, at times I would think it was weird, at other times I was so fascinated at how it was all falling into place, that I could not put it down.
Four people, Kurt, Corrine, Grace and Stan, all connected. Yet not knowing or realizing they were connected. Each has a story, Kurt just appeared out of nowhere one day, with no memory,
thousands of dollars strapped to his chest. As if that is not enough to make him wonder about himself, he hears voices. The voices of ghosts in the clothing of people passed on.
Corrine, a big time computer hacker, and spammer, has incurable cancer. But as if by magic, a spam email sent to a private account brings her a cure to her cancer, a miracle bottle of pills. A miraculous bottle of hair growth cream.
Grace, a run away heroin addict, has abandoned her family. In Seattle she creates a new life as a tattoo artist, and under the power of a new tattoo ink, solves a crime plaguing Seattle, saves the lives of many and kicks her addiction.
Stan, a hit man for a private Organization, kills people with his own bare hands. He is in the power of the Organization, they control him. Will he be able to find a way to break loose?
Four strangers, yet all connected. Read this powerful story from T. L. Hinds to connect the strangers. Learn the secret of the Catfish. A thrilling, exciting, different book. Most definitely a book to share with others. 354 pages $14.99 US