…a fresh and brilliant re-casting of the suspense novel by one of the South’s finest young writers…I read it breathlessly. I loved it...
(PRWEB) August 01, 2016
He Comes In Fire, published by Atticus Books, is set to release October 25, 2016.
“…a fresh and brilliant re-casting of the suspense novel by one of the South’s finest young writers…I read it breathlessly. I loved it.”
– Davis McCombs, author of Dismal Rock and Director of the Creative Writing Program at University of Arkansas
“…Even’s novel is compelling and suspenseful…controlled, precise, and meticulously crafted prose.”
– Alexander Parsons, author of In the Shadows of the Sun
“…Give us more, Aaron Roy Even, give us more”
– Roanoke Times & World News
He Comes In Fire is a thrilling, new literary crime novel set in the fictional southern town of Zion, Virginia in the late 1990s. For months, mysterious fires have been igniting the South, burning down rural African-American churches, making national news, and raising fears of a racist arsonist on the loose. The public is left dumbfounded when no clear motives, patterns or groups are found responsible for the arson spree. Fingers quickly point at misunderstood drifter Lucas Sneed and his partner Jack Dixon, a flawed preacher struggling to lead a moral life. The two become entangled in a chaotic, sin-filled drama that can only end in violence – and a shocking discovery of guilt.
He Comes In Fire explores how the search for answers can lead to false accusations and tragic judgment calls. In a town of corrupt preachers, criminals, and lost souls, anyone can make the suspect list. Readers describe He Comes In Fire as an eerie, crime-ridden drama that will leave you on the edge of your seat.
To learn more visit the website at http://www.hecomesinfire.com/. Aaron R. Even is available to schedule interviews and discuss his new book He Comes In Fire. For all advance reviews and copies, media requests and inquiries contact Sabrina Berman via email at Sabrina(at)allenmediastrategies(dot)com or by calling (703) 589-8960.