How Far Would You Go to Save a Life?
Carol Stream, Ill. —Every life has a turning point, where one choice changes everything. Once that line is crossed, there’s no going back. In his newest novel, award-winning author Chris Fabry delves deeply into the current and controversial issues of illegal immigration, the US/Mexico drug trade, and the cost of compassion.
Tyndale House Publishers releases Borders of the Heart
in October 2012. This book is a new installment in the Chris Fabry tradition of character-driven novels with main characters who face challenging ethical dilemmas.
In this novel,
protagonist J. D. Jessup has traded his guitar and the songs in his head for the daily grind of an organic farm in Tucson — mind-numbing work that dulls the pain of his memories. His boss has one rule: if anyone sees an “illegal,” he must call Border Patrol. When J. D. discovers a beautiful young woman named Maria near death along the ranch’s property line, he decides to follow his heart and hides her, unleashing a chain of deadly events he could never have imagined. Soon the two are running from a killer and struggling to stay alive. When the secrets that haunt him collide with Maria’s past, J. D. realizes that saving her may be the only way to save himself.
About the Author
, an accomplished writer and radio talk show host, is a fresh voice in Christian fiction. Fabry writes heartwarming stories of pain and redemption, clearly demonstrating the concept of grace. He hosts the daily program Chris Fabry Live!
on the Moody Broadcasting Network and was honored with the 2008 Talk Personality of the Year Award from the National Religious Broadcasters. He can also be heard daily on Love Worth Finding
, featuring the teaching of the late Dr. Adrian Rogers, and weekly on Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman
, which he co-hosts with his wife, Andrea.
Fabry's adult novels — Dogwood
, June Bug
, Almost Heaven
, and Not in the Heart
— have won two Christy Awards and an ECPA Fiction Book of the Year Award, but it's his lyrical prose and tales of redemption that keep readers returning for more. He has also published more than 65 other books, including nonfiction and novels for children and young adults. He coauthored the Left Behind: The Kids series with Jerry B. Jenkins and Tim LaHaye, as well as the Red Rock Mysteries and the Wormling series with Jerry B. Jenkins. Learn more about Chris Fabry on his website: www.chrisfabry.com
A 1982 graduate of the W. Page Pitt School of Journalism at Marshall University and a native of West Virginia, Chris and his wife, Andrea, live in Arizona and are the parents of nine children.