Mr. Mort says ...
Organized crime and Christian fiction hardly seem to mix, but that's why Well's novel is so intriguing. Using hip dialogue a la Pulp Fiction, he spins a yarn around hit-man Solomon Long, hired to wipe out ministers united against a Kansas City crime boss.
Here is the list (selected from titles reviewed between October 1, 2004 and September 15, 2005, in alphabetical order by author's last name):
Ann Burton, Women of the Bible: Abilgail's Story: A Novel (Signet)
Melody Carlson, Crystal Lies (WaterBrook Press)
W. Dale Cramer, Levi's Will (Bethany House)
James F. David, Judgment Day (Forge Books)
Robert Elmer, The Celebrity (WaterBrook Press)
Philip Gulley, A Change of Heart : A Harmony Novel (HarperSanFrancisco)
Randall Ingermanson, Double Vision (Bethany House)
Susan Meissner, A Window To The World (Harvest House)
Ruth Axtell Morren, Wild Rose (Steeple Hill)
Chris Well, Forgiving Solomon Long (Harvest House)
Congratulations to all the novelists on the list!