The first book in The Magic City trilogy–HOUSE OF ROSE
Rose Brighton is a rookie police detective in Birmingham, Alabama. While unraveling the mystery around a suspect she killed, Rose discovers she is a “witch” of an ancient House, the prey of a powerful enemy, and the pawn of another.
Set in Birmingham, Alabama, House of Rose is the first “Magic City Story.”
“Thorne delivers a spellbinding thriller, an enthralling blend of real-world policing and other-world magic. It’s a wild ride of high stakes that pits the warm humanity of Rose and her friends against chilling powers of darkness in a battle that is both ages old and totally of today.”–Barbara Kyle, author of The Traitor’s Daughter
“A fantastic story about the mysterious woman who, until now, was simply a shadow among biblical heroes…The story is so compelling that I could not wait until I could read the next part of the adventure.”--San Francisco Review
“A compelling and exceptional read, “Angels At The Gate” documents author T. K. Thorne as an impressively talented novelist. This is the stuff of which block-buster movies are made. Solidly engaging and entertaining from beginning to end.”–Midwest Review
“Readers will be swept up in a story they can’t put down.” –The Nifty Pickle
“. . . a terrific storyteller, with the ability to transport readers from one time and place to another.”–Sena Jeter Naslund,
best-selling author of Ahab’s Wife
“. . . an extraordinary work.”
—Dianne Mooney, founder of Southern Living At Home
“. . . a novel of epic sweep, emotional power, and considerable beauty.”—Ron Gholson, The Blount Countian
“…truly gripping. Thorne’s story is a stunning reminder of just how tough the fight for freedom—and justice—really is.” —Publishers Weekly
“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
“I don’t have time to read books, but I decided to read the first chapter. I didn’t put it down until I finished it, and I learned things I didn’t know.”—Bill Baxley, former Alabama Attorney General and prosecutor of 1977 church bombing case.
The original story that was the basis for the film “Six Blocks Wide.”
A touching story about a special needs child and a stray dog that cause a solitary man to reexamine his life.
A short film about an old woman and a young girl who challenge a drug lord in a small, African American neighborhood.