By Thomas Locke
Release Date: 08/2017
In Fault Lines, a prequel to 2016’s Trial Run, prolific author Locke again takes readers through a white-knuckle, techno-thriller that has the plot bouncing between cyberspace and three-dimensional reality where people can really be killed.
While it is a lip-biting read, this novel is not an overtly Christian book and is certainly meant for more mature readers who can comprehend and sort out all the funhouse-mirror psychological illusions and plot twists. In this case, a temptress with the Bond Girl name of Gabriella Speciale uses her psychological jujitsu to control phlegmatic security expert Charlie Hazard, leaving readers and Charlie wondering what’s real, what’s cyber, and whether the doctor is a gallant hero or a con-artist fiend.
Locke is the pseudonym for Davis Bunn, a four-time Christy Award winner whose faith-based writings are beloved around the world. Locke lovers will love this. Bunn lovers might or might not.