Fox News legal correspondent Lis Wiehl will team up with veteran mystery novelist April Henry to write a new mystery series titled Faith and Consequences, about three women who investigate crimes while also struggling with issues of faith. The first in the series, The D.C. Page, is set in Portland, Ore., and begins when a 17-year-old Senate page, home on Christmas break, goes missing. Thomas Nelson publisher Allen Arnold bought world rights to four books from agents Todd Shuster and Lane Zachary, on behalf of Wiehl, and Wendy Schmalz, who represented Henry. Pub date for The D.C. Page is April 2009.
Yeah! Can you say no more day job?