"Adira's adventurous life is driven by her father's admonition--'Questions are more important than answers.' Angels is meticulously researched and ambitious in its scope, and Thorne's vivid imagination and gift for story-telling are extraordinary. For all whose curisosity is piqued by how it might have been in the time of Sodom and Gomorrah, this is a must read!" –Dianne Mooney, founder of Southern LivingAt Home
"Thorne unspools an ancient adventure with crackling undertones of our contemporary lives. Lean, polished action sequences render a young woman's life with both intensity and nuanced truth." –Dale Short, journalist, columnist, public radio commentator, author of A Shinning Shinning Path
"A masterpiece of historical research, interweaving history and theology in a re-visioning of an ancient story from a woman's perspective. Thorne is a dazzlingly gifted writer." – Sue Walker, Poet Laureate of Alabama 2003-2012
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A Novel of the Ancient World (Award Winning Historical Fiction)
The Civil Rights church bombing case that changed history.
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Praise for NOAH'S WIFE "Book of the Year" for Historical Fiction ForeWord Reviews award winner
"...an extraordinary story."
--Dianne Mooney founder ,Southern Living AT HOME
"...a terrific storyteller." --Sena Jeter Naslund author of Ahabs Wife and Four Sprits
"...a novel of epic sweep, emotional power, and considerable beauty." --Ron Gholson, The Blount Countian
Praise for LASTCHANCE FOR JUSTICE NY Post's "Book You Should Be Reading" "A page turner... A thought-provoking work... An important addition to the historical record." --Frye Gaillard, author of Cradle of Freedom Writer-in-Residence at University of South Alabama
"...deeply researched ...magnificently entertaining and enlightening." --Judge U.W. Clemon Civil rights leader; first federal black judge in Alabama
I can blame T.K. Thorne for a sleepless night reading Last Chance. What a great job telling this little known or understood major historical story! —Morris Dees, the co-founder and chief trial counsel for the Southern Poverty Law Center
Herren’s interview with one of the bombers, and the subsequent trials of Blanton and Cherry, are truly gripping. Thorne’s story is a stunning reminder of just how tough the fight for freedom—and justice—really is. --Publishers Weekly