Carved Into A Nightmare
Crown Of Souls by Ronie Kendig is an epic Christian adventure suspense that will have you on the edge of your seat. Book two in the Tox Files continues the action – ancient artefacts and myths collide with modern warfare.
The novel explores the battle against evil, warning there is “a fine line between fighting evil and becoming it.” We need to be aware that evil does exist in this world and we need to overcome evil with good.
Trust is a major theme. A band of brothers, a fighting unit has to trust that each other have their backs. Likewise God can be trusted. At times there is nowhere else to turn but to God. “She shouldn’t worry – God would handle the fight.” Reminding the reader of the Biblical passage that tells us to stand still because the battle is the Lord’s.
Epic Action Adventure
Conspiracy Of Silence by Ronie Kendig is a totally gripping action packed Christian suspense that I could not put down. It is the first book in the Tox Files although it is advisable to read The Warrior’s Seal which is the prequel first.
The action is set over two weeks and several continents. The reader is whisked from location to location as the action hots up.
Ancient myths and artefacts combine with modern warfare. Can the bubonic plague really be awakened to wreak havoc on unsuspecting citizens?
The novel is about teamwork and loyalty. Who has your back? Whom can you trust?
Setting The Scene
The Warrior’s Seal by Ronie Kendig is a fabulous prequel to the new Tox Files series. It is a Christian action suspense that will have you glued from the start.
Serving soldiers, ancient artefacts and myths, deadly toxins are just some topics to be found within the pages. The reader ‘travels’ internationally from America to Nigeria to Paris to Syria, all from the safety of our chair.
Action packed, the reader reads on with heart racing – to see the results of kidnapping, gunfire, missing artefacts, brave warriors – there is something for everyone in The Warrior’s Seal.
To Be Called Mary by Kate Hiller is a Christian historical novel set between 1900 – 1910. The action alternates backwards and forwards.
A terrible lynching viewed in the character’s youth colours the whole of her life. Feelings of horror and guilt for keeping silent dominate a life every waking moment. Today we would diagnose PTSD. It is a life frozen in time.
This links to the theme of forgiveness. We need to forgive ourselves and others. “I could follow that root of bitterness still deeper.” If bitterness takes hold, it is hard to shake it off. We must forgive.
Feelings of loneliness and isolation are explored within the novel.