Praise for Gregg Olsen:
"As gripping and necessary as true-life drama gets.” --Stewart O’Nan
"Searing and brilliant." --Ann Rule
"Dark, atmospheric, riveting suspense." --Allison Brennan
“Olsen is a top-notch writer.” --Michael Connelly
Praise for A Twisted Faith:
“Gregg Olsen weaves his story deftly, managing to bring alive a wide cast of characters, all headed for and contributing to a tragedy driven by faith.”
--Stephen Singular, NY Times Bestselling author of WHEN MEN BECOME GODS
“A fascinating exposé of sexual obsession and murder, a cautionary tale of innocence and virtue manipulated and destroyed by the vilest of mortal sins.”
--Kathryn Casey, author of A DESCENT INTO HELL.
“An insightful expose of a man of God and a woman of prophecy who manipulate God’s will to justify adultery, treachery and even murder.”
--Diane Fanning, Edgar Nominated Author of WRITTEN IN BLOOD
“Olsen writes the way a surgeon cuts—precisely exposing the personality riddles that lie concealed within each of the players.”
--Anthony Flacco, International Thriller Award nominated author of THE LAST NIGHTINGALE and A CHECKLIST FOR MURDER
From the Back Cover
As seen on NBC's Dateline
His sin was adultery.
He counseled young couples at a small church in Bainbridge Island, Washington--and convinced young women that having sex with him was part of God's plan. But that wasn't the worst of Youth Pastor Nick Hacheney's unspeakable sins. The tragic house fire that ultimately consumed the life of his soft-spoken wife was no act of God…
His crime was murder.
What demons drove a highly respected minister to commit the most sinful of crimes? How did five women--including Hacheney's own mother-in-law--fall prey to his seductions? Combining firsthand confessions, erotically charged emails, and one woman's chilling prophecies, bestselling author Gregg Olsen paints a shocking portrait of a church, a community, and a man of the cloth who turned out to be a wolf in sheep's clothing…
Gregg Olsen's books are:
"Searing and brilliant."--Ann Rule
"Riveting and deeply disturbing…Olsen does a superior job."--Cleveland Plain Dealer