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T.L. Hines writes "Noir Bizarre" stories, mixing mysteries with oddities in books such asThe Unseen, Waking Lazarus, and The Dead Whisper On. Waking Lazarus received Library Journal's "25 Best Genre Fiction Books of the Year" award.
It wasn't until the end of this book (last couple chapters) that I finally got the whole thing - which was good.
The characters are all a bit bizarre but I found myself relating to them all in one way or another and really got wrapped up in each character's particular story.
The story was interesting, and Hines does an excellent job of sharing the characters with us so we get to know them on a personal level.
Protestant warning: if you're expecting an explicitly Christian book where God's praised and people get saved, go back to your Bible, this doesn't have much in the way of Biblical... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jason Brown
Truck Driver Kurt Marlowe woke up one day without a memory, an admittance letter to a truck driving school and lots of cash in a money belt. Read morePublished 22 months ago by V. Irene Vega
In a previous review of T. L. Hines I stated that he was writing a lot like Ted Dekker. Here is the proof. Read morePublished on September 4, 2012 by Avid Reader
Very disappointed in this novel. It was identified as "Christian" reading material and it was not. The book was full of new age and supernatural substance. Read morePublished on February 8, 2012 by nmgigi
TL Hines' 2009 Faces in the Fire is a supernatural themed book that tells a story of four unrelated people. Read morePublished on December 27, 2011 by akettle
T. L. Hines is a well-established writer in the paranormal suspense fiction category among Christian authors - personally I thought that was an oxymoron, that most Christians... Read morePublished on December 12, 2010 by K. Sozaeva
Magic numbers, mystical Chinese company, a substance called Black Tar, ghosts, people with special powers and tattoos that appear out of nowhere. Read morePublished on August 15, 2010 by NorthShoreCanary
The story starts out with Kurt listening to dead people's clothing talking to him, he is all ways buying out sales where the person had dies and he packs them away... Read more
T.L. Hines Faces in the Fire is the story of four people whose lives, on the surface, have no connection but unbeknownst to them, are bound together by common threads. Read morePublished on July 27, 2010 by Michaela Benjamin