Tracy Higley has transported readers to Pompeii,
Babylon and Rhodes in her historical novels. In
So Shines the Night (Thomas Nelson), she travels
back in time to the site of one of the most dramatic
incidents in the Book of Acts—Ephesus.
“When Paul’s preaching interfered with the silversmiths
making shrines of the city’s famed
Temple of Artemis, the result was sorcery,
demonic activity and a city-wide riot!” Tracy
explains. “With my fascination for the Seven
Wonders of the Ancient World, including this
temple, plus all the drama of Paul’s ministry, I
couldn’t pass up the chance to imagine how life
would have been for a girl seeking truth in such
a time and place.”

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About The Author

Tracy L. Higley travels the world, brings back adventure and writes novels that transports readers to ancient times and places. The author of several novels, she holds a degree in English Literature and has written more than fifty drama productions for church ministry. She is especially passionate about "breaking down emotional and philosophical barriers that people have put up between themselves and Christ."