If You Like Frank Peretti...
After you’ve devoured Frank Peretti
's latest novel, Illusion
, you may be asking, “What do I read now?” Here’s a list of ten suggested authors from our crack team of experts.
A former newspaper columnist, Mike Dellosso writes novels of supernatural suspense to both entertain and challenge. His latest is Frantic
Mike Duran’s novels explore the boundaries of belief, the fragile tether between science and superstition, the depths of despair and the reaches of faith. His latest is The Telling
Erin Healy, co-author of Burn and Kiss
with Ted Dekker, received wide acclaim for her debut solo novel, Never Let You Go
. Her latest is The Baker’s Wife
Bruce Hennigan wrote his first short story at age 13. The author of numerous Christian dramas, his debut novel is The Thirteenth Demon (Chronicles of Jonathan Steel)
The author of Demon
(B&H Fiction), Tosca Lee is lauded for her humanizing portraits of maligned characters. She’s co-writing the Books of Mortals
trilogy with Ted Dekker.
Robert Liparulo has written thrillers (some of which have been optioned by Hollywood) and YA fantasy (Dreamhouse Kings
). His latest is The 13th Tribe
Bill Myers’ novel The Wager
was made into a film starring Randy Travis. His supernatural YA series Forbidden Doors
has recently been re-released in new three-in-one editions from Zondervan.
Tom Pawlik’s novel Vanish
won first place in the Christian Writers Guild’s 2006 Operation First Novel–and went on to win a 2009 Christy Award. His latest is Beckon
The author of a dozen works of fiction, Travis Thrasher’s writing is known for its honesty, depth and surprising twists. The latest in his Solitary Tales
series is Temptation
(David C. Cook).
Much of Eric Wilson’s fiction explores earth’s tension between heaven and hell. His suspense and supernatural novels include the Jerusalem’s Undead
trilogy. His latest is Two Seconds Late
Related link: Frank Peretti: Sleight of Hand
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