They call him Nebuchadnezzar. The Nazis have established a torture center in a mine at the heart ofa Romanian forest. Here they interrogate prisoners and, sometimes, throw them into the furnace at the heart of the mine. Only now, the primeval forest is rising against them, unleashing apreternatural army to besiege the great iron gate of the mine. The fearsomeguards become terrifi ed prisoners and the furnace itself burns withhungry anger against them. Sascha Konig, a man they called Nebuchadnezzar, is their only hope.He is master of the furnace. All along, he has been Hitler's ardentservant. But now...Konig is wrestling with demons of his own, and theMaster of all fi res is calling him to Himself through the haunting eyes ofa little gypsy girl Konig did not save. * MARC SCHOOLEY is a Texan, which may be empirically verified if you ever hear him speak. He is a Christian philosopher, theologian, Bible teacher, speaker, musician, and nascent Christian fifi ction writer who welcomes you to communicate with him at www.marcschooley.com, featuring quest appearances by MS Quixote-which may or may not be his alter ego (a special commission has been established to investigate this matter). However, MS Quixote wears glasses and Marc does not, so the mystery is a bit diffificult to unravel. "Konig's Fire" is his second novel. "The Dark Man" was his first.