New Hope Publishers launches back into fiction
with first suspense novel
BIRMINGHAM: Iron Stream Media announces Deadly Commitment (New Hope Publishers / October 14, 2019 / ISBN: 978-1-56309-304-3 / $15.99) the first book in The Deadly Secrets series by Kathy Harris and New Hope Publisher’s first suspense novel.
As Danielle Kemp walks out of her downtown Nashville condominium, she gets the eerie feeling someone is watching her. As days go by, she becomes convinced the homeless man outside her building is stalking her. But after learning the real identity of the intimidating stranger, she faces something even more threatening—the truth about her fiancé.
The Deadly Secrets is a new fiction series with Southern charm and big-city twists. Set in the author’s hometown of Nashville, Tennessee, it is filled not only with intrigue and suspense but subtle glimpses into how God is at work in the lives of ordinary people doing ordinary jobs . . . or maybe they aren’t so ordinary after all.
About the Author
Kathy Harris is an author by way of a “divine detour” into the Nashville entertainment business where she works as a marketing director. For several years she freelanced entertainer biographies and wrote, as well as ghost wrote, news stories and columns for various music publications. She sold her first Christian nonfiction story in 2007. Her debut novel released in 2012.
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“Within this compelling suspense novel are stories of loss and redemption, romance and deception, addiction and recovery, and an underlying message of God’s grace. I loved it.” —Edgar Struble, producer, God Bless the Broken Road; music director, The Academy of Country Music Awards, The Billboard Music Awards
“In Deadly Commitment, Kathy Harris creates characters you care about and plops them down into a world of deception and danger. I was so caught up in the story I almost burned dinner.” —Patricia Bradley, author of the Memphis Cold Case novels
“I was captivated by the author’s imagination, the things she loved, and her ability to bring the reader into this well-layered, intriguing story. She had me look at Nashville in a new light. This novel makes for a fun read and one that would work well for your book club meeting.” —Nora St Laurent, The Book Club Network, Where Book Fun Begins!