Book Review of Dead of Night ((Hidden Faces, Bk 3)

Dead of Night ((Hidden Faces, Bk 3)
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All words fell away. I pushed myself off the path, noticing for the first time the signs of earlier passagethe matted earth, broken twigs. And I knew. My mouth turned cottony. I licked my lips, took three halting steps. My maddening, visual brain churned out pictures of colorless faces on a cold slabDebbie Lille, victim number one; Wanda Deminger, number three . . . Hed been here. Dragged this one right where I now stumbled. Id entered a crime scene, and I could not bear to see what lay at the end. . . .
This is a story about evil. This is a story about Gods power.

A string of murders terrorizes citizens in the Redding, California, area. The serial killer is cunning, stealthy. Masked by day, unmasked by night. Forensic artist Annie Kingston discovers the sixth body practically in her own back yard. Is the location a taunt aimed at her?

One by one, Annie must draw the unknown victims for identification. Dread mounts. Who will be taken next? Under a crushing oppression, Annie and other Christians are driven to pray for Gods intervention as theyve never prayed before.

With page-turning intensity, Dead of Night dares to pry open the mind of evil. Twisted actions can wreak havoc on earth, but the source of wickedness lies beyond this world. Annie learns where the real battle takes placeand that a Christians authority through prayer is the ultimate, unyielding weapon.