Tom Williams is a full-time writer, collaborator, and editor. His fourteen books include fiction, popular theology, and drama. He has co-authored three books with Josh McDowell and ghostwritten or collaborated on a dozen books for several popular authors. He has edited or consulted on manuscripts for many others.
Tom was formerly an illustrator/designer with over 2000 book cover illustrations or designs to his credit. A “C.S. Lewis nut,” his portrait of Lewis hangs in the Wade C.S. Lewis center at Wheaton College. He spent fourteen years as art director for Word Publishing before turning to full-time writing. Tom and his wife, Faye, have three married daughters and eight grandchildren. They live near Fort Worth, Texas.
Under a newly passed civil rights law, single young schoolteacher Vanessa Anderson is charged with a hate
crime for counseling a troubled student who wants to abandon her lesbianism. At first Vanessa, a committed Christian, is strongly supported by her church, friends, and others close to her. But as media sensationalism
heats up and brands her as a bigoted fundamentalist homophobe, her supporters abandon her to protect themselves. With the full weight of the state against her, Vanessa’s case seems hopeless until highly successful attorney Brandon Locke, an ex-boyfriend from college days, offers to defend her. The only problem: he’s agnostic.
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