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Number of Pages: 352
Vendor: Random House, Inc
Publication Date: 2007
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)|
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A shadow from his former life has reappeared, casting threats of violence and retribution. And soon the attacker is swinging his blade of self-righteous judgment directly at Aramis, calling upon him to “face his sins.” Can Aramis finally break free from the guilt of his old ways… or will he succumb to the vengeance of an arrogant sociopath?
“Mesmerizing! In A Shred of Truth, Eric Wilson delivers a twisting tale of suspense, sorrow, and repentance that will grab you from the start and keep your mind occupied well past the turning of the last page. Aramis Black never looked so good. Warning: Reading this book may be hazardous to your sleep cycle!”
–Sharon Carter Rogers, critically-acclaimed author of Sinner and Two Graces
“Eric Wilson can flat-out write!”
–Creston Mapes, author of Nobody
“A Shred of Truth serves up another cup of addictive suspense from author Eric Wilson. The adventures of Aramis Black read like successive shots of adrenaline, offering readers fresh takes in Christian suspense.”
–Sibella Giorello, author of The Stones Cry Out
“Eric Wilson possesses a profound power of prose and dialogue that kept me riveted to the last, remarkable page. A great work from one of our most extraordinary writers of suspense.”
–James Byron Huggins, author of A Wolf Story, The Reckoning, and Leviathan
“Wilson has done it again! A Shred of Truth is a highly textured, superbly crafted story that will resonate with readers long after the last page has been turned.”
–Brandt Dodson, author of Original Sin, Seventy Times Seven and The Root of All Evil
“Eric Wilson continues to amaze me with every novel. A Shred of Truth grabs you at the first page and never lets go. From a hero who is flawed yet admirable to the demented evil out to destroy him, Wilson has given us his best work yet.”
–Brian Reaves, author of Stolen Lives
“Now that I’ve had my second cup of coffee with my favorite bad-boy turned java-shop host, I’m hooked on Aramis Black. A Shred of Truth gives us a heaping spoonful of terrific writing, a double-dollop of historical intrigue, and a custom blend of danger, mystery, and family drama. Is there any question that Eric Wilson is one of the best suspense writers around? Not by me–I’m ordering another cup!”
–Kathryn Mackel, author of Vanished
Located in: Nashville, TN
Submitted: January 27, 2007
Tell us a little about yourself. I've always had a desire to write stories that portray biblical truths in original ways. Since childhood, I've scribbled down stories and poems. My wife of sixteen years, and my daughters (age 12 and 14), have been very encouraging, giving Dad the time and space to write. It's been a long haul--with financial difficulties and emotional roller-coaster rides--but the end result is worth it.
What was your motivation behind this project? I wanted to explore Aramis' past even further-- what drives him, what makes him run from a serious relationship with a woman, and what pushes him toward, and away from, knowing God. When a religious extremist tries manipulating Aramis' life in harsh ways, Aramis must come to terms with his own dark nature...and the redeeming grace of Jesus.
What do you hope folks will gain from this project? For those who met Aramis Black in "The Best of Evil," I hope you will be caught up in the unfolding of his family secrets. For those just discovering Aramis Black, I hope you'll find a new fictional friend. I love writing about this character and his struggles to know God--not just as a dictator of rules and regulations, but as a Savior desiring relationship with his creation.
Who are your influences, sources of inspiration or favorite authors / artists? My current inspiration comes from authors who mix real-life struggles with issues of faith. James Lee Burke and John Dalton do so in the secular market. In the Christian bookstores, I find the same thing in books by Melanie Wells, Brian Reaves, Randy Singer, and Lisa Samson.
Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know: Keep supporting authors who want to entertain with quality writing while also addressing the issues of our current culture. We need to be lights in the darkness.