Ted Dekker and Erin Healy have teamed up for yet another riveting novel, right on the heels of their early 2009 release, KISS. But the differences are significant, so much so that halfway through BURN you start to wonder if Dekker has opted to abandon his signature supernatural thriller genre in favor of straight suspense. But no. Rest assured, BURN comes with a twist so bizarre that it leaves no doubt that you're back on eerie Dekker terrain.
The story opens in an unusual setting: a Gypsy camp in a New Mexico desert. There, Janeal Mikkado, daughter of the Gypsy leader, is approached by a sinister but intriguing stranger named Salazar Sanso, who offers her a chance to save her father's life by recovering a large amount of money that belonged to Sanso but is now in the hands of her father, who is working with the DEA to destr