Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Forget Me Not by Vicki Hinze

Author Vicki Hinze has jumped into the Christian fiction genre with her first, in a series, thriller Forget Me Not.

I'm guessing the following books will revolve around a crisis center called Crossroads. In book one, we meet the Crossroads Crisis Center's owner, Benjamin Brandt who had everything fall apart; his wife and son were killed. This left him with a lost faith.

We witness the abduction of a woman who, after the assault, forgets who she is but appears to be Brandt's dead wife. (They look eerily alike.)

As they strive to fill in the holes of her memory, there is a ruthless murderer and his goons looking to finish the job.

This book is a hybrid in that, while it is a twist-turning thriller, there is a nice chunk of building romance and faith-affirmation.
Forget Me Not: A Novel (Crossroads Crisis Center)

This book was provided for review by WaterBrook Multnomah.

You can also find the book at WaterBrook by clicking here.

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