Carnation author spins dramatic end to Christian suspense trilogy novels
CARNATION, Wash. — Author D.L. Waterhouse announces the nationwide release of his new Christian novel, “Cult on the Hill,” the third book in a trilogy of stories that originate from his first novel featuring Lou Worley, the same strong lead character his readers came to know and admire in “Alfred Creek.”
In this sequel to the second novel, “The Fruit of Atrocity,” Worley — who is resilient, undaunted by difficulties and intent on justice at any cost — pursues a murderer of little girls in southeast Alaska, deep into a world of evil and religious corruption that would embarrass the likes of Hitler himself. It is a fascinating, compelling murder mystery that will find the reader completely sure of the obvious end — only until the moment their breath is taken away.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Waterhouse began writing Christian fiction in 2008. His stories are the product of his own imagination, filled with mystery and adventure, along with the romance of airplanes, gangsters and suspense. They are well-crafted novels fit for any age and worthy of every reader’s valuable time. As a Christian, Waterhouse has drawn from his many years of experience as a truck driver, pilot and student of the scriptures to metaphorically illustrate the power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Waterhouse lives in Carnation, Washington, with his wife of 39 years. Now retired from truck driving, he still enjoys flying his private plane too far away, inevitably meeting other pilots who share his love of flying.