Monday, June 08, 2009

ANGEL OF WRATH, by Bill Myers

People from a church begin to die. The police can't call in accidental death or death by natural causes, because either on the person or at crime scene, and sometimes both, there is a note accusing them of committing a specific sin. These people attend Rev. Thomas Harmon's megachurch. His son Will, has been hanging around the wrong people trying to fit in. He just can't stand the hypocracy in the home anymore.

Former FBI agent Lisa Harmon, the pastor's brother, is called in to look at the case unofficially. She recognizes the work of a top assassin and calls upon a friend (who wants to be more than a friend) to help her check it out. Charlie Madison had his share of killing when he was in Special Ops, and now would like nothing better than to enter the ministry and settle down. He cares for Jasmine or "Jaz", his hearing-impaired niece. Together with local law enforcement officials they begin working on a case that seems to grow and get more confusing by the moment.

On the other side of this coin are a group of teens that have, for one reason or another, gotten into the occult. They hold sacrifices and black masses in a nearby woodland area. Their leader is thrilled at the appearance of a black-winged creature...until it nearly snatches away one of the girls from this group, and manages to carry away Will. The Angel of Wrath has come only it isn't what they expected. Only how do you fight a foe like this? Is this creature responsible for the deaths of the others, or are they working together somehow?

In Bill Myers' new release, ANGEL OF WRATH, we are introduced to spiritual warfare as only he can describe it to his readers. This is a follow up of his best-selling novel THE VOICE, so if you don't like to come in the middle of something (even though this can be read by itself quite well) you may want to get THE VOICE first, the start in on THE ANGEL OF WRATH. Either way ANGEL OF WRATH is worth your time.

Check out these other member blogs this week for more info.

On Saturday, June 13th check out Laura's site for an interview with Bill Myers.

And don't forget to visit Bill Myer's site here.

To purchase ANGEL OF WRATH you can do so at the following sites:
Barnes and Noble
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Laura J. Davis said...

I think The Voice is worth buying, but I agree, you can read Angel of Wrath on its own.

G.R.I.T.S. said...

Angel of Wrath is one you can read on it's own...but then again, i've never read The Voice...but Great Review!


Tangerine by Marilynn Griffith

This week, the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance is posting about Tangerine (Revell, January 2007) by Marilynn Griffith (fellow CFBA member, blogger, writer, and mother of *GULP* seven!)


Marilynn Griffith is wife to a deacon, mom to a tribe and proof that God gives second chances. Her novels include Made of Honor (Steeple Hill, Jan. 2006), Pink (Revell, Feb. 2006), Jade (Revell, June 2006), and If the Shoe Fits (Revell, 2007). Her other credits include Chicken Soup for the Christian Woman’s Soul, Cup of Comfort Devotionals and her Shades of Style series (Revell, 2006). She lives in Florida with her husband and children. To book speaking engagements or just say hello, email:


Tangerine is the third book in the Shades of Style Novels.

Fans of Pink and Jade will eat up Tangerine, the third book in the cutting-edge Shades of Style series. Jean Guerra, a designer at Garments of Praise design firm, doesn't like surprises. These days though, the unexpected meets her everywhere. Since Jean's return to the church a year ago, her God-encounters occur with increasing frequency, along with thoughts of her husband-the one she vowed to divorce and gave up on long ago. The one nobody at work knows about, not even her best friend, Lily, or her boss, Chenille. But when the designer assigned to work with Jean on a line of men's suits shows up, her heart flips. It's her husband, Nigel Salvador. Jean is finally rendered speechless. Can her bruised heart become whole enough to love again? Or will she remain in the trenches of loneliness forever?

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Marilynn's website link:

THE 3RD COVENANT - a Comparison

The following table shows where THE 3RD COVENANT stands against 7 top authors and 14 other books.



Times out

times per month

Judge and Jury

Cold Moon

Death Dance

Promise Me

The 3rd Covenant

The Camel Club

Violet Dawn

3rd Degree

The Collectors

Web of Lies

The 12th Card

Words of Silk

Above and Beyond


No Second Chance

James Patterson

Jeffery Deaver

Linda Fairstein

Harlan Coben

David Brollier

David Baldacci

Brandilyn Collins

James Patterson

David Baldacci

Brandilyn Collins

Jeffery Deaver

Sandra Brown

Sandra Brown

Linda Fairstein

Harlan Coben


CHO 17

CHO 17

CHO 16

CHO 11

CHO 21


CHO 34



CHO 17

CHO 29

CHO 30

CHO 19

CHO 31