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A Gripping Supernatural Thriller (A Nephilim Thriller, Book 3)
Timothy G. Little
Spieldauer: 10 Std. und 58 Min.
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It turns out that hell and Lucifer aren’t what I imagined. That’s a good thing, although I’m still forced to make a deal with the Devil, one that might trigger the Apocalypse. Not at my best, I’m compelled to walk a tricky line. I’ve already sworn an oath to Father Paul and the light angels, but if that oath was based on falsehoods, does it still bind me?
An unexpected combination of experimental medication and meandering contemplation opens a door through which his disembodied soul wanders, temporarily taking residence where other souls have departed. Upon his return home each time, his terminal mystery illness wanes, while his transcendent abilities increase. Yet the price is steep, as the treatments wear off quickly and the agonizing symptoms return. For continuing survival, and to maintain his revived health and strength, he must continually find, cultivate, and court new terminal partners for his reluctant dance with death.
Eddie Blackburn was grateful when he heard those words from a dear friend a couple of weeks after his son Cole left home to be on his own. For 18 years Eddie poured his heart and soul into making sure Cole didn’t have daddy issues. His own dreams were dashed by a father who disappeared leaving Eddie to drop out of school, run the family business, and pick up the pieces. It all changed the night Eddie saw Kelli Swanson sitting on his sofa watching television.
Jigs and Tales of Bawdry, Mark Will’s first collection of short fiction, is an irreverent commentary on contemporary American life, from the Reagan era to the post-9/11 present. Alternating third- and first-person narratives offer skewed perspectives on work, divorce, religion, politics, and education, with a salutary admixture of sex, drugs, and rock ’n’ roll. Nostalgic, sarcastic, crude, and occasionally transgressive, the 13 stories included herein will provoke a variety of reactions.
Vengeful Wrath is book two of the Black Angels MC. While this book is a continuation of book one, it can be listened to as a stand-alone. Vengeful Wrath is a full-length novel which is intended for mature audiences only due to the explicit language and violence. Contains no cheating and a swoon-worthy HEA.
A freak accident causes Buckeye Lake to be drained. A girl’s body is found in the mud. A mysterious mountain hermit is a suspect, but no one has ever seen him. Breeze is called upon to track a man that he’s not even sure exists. He teams up with an attractive female police officer, who wants more than just a professional relationship. Pressure mounts as the case progresses, in more ways than one.
There is a fugitive loose on McGuire Mountain. Local law enforcement asks Breeze to help track the man down. The mission goes horribly wrong. In the process of trying to make it right, Breeze uncovers corruption by the chief of police. Though he’s committed no crime, he once again finds himself on the wrong side of the law.
Breeze escapes his demons in Florida by moving to the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. He and Brody are settling into their new life when he stumbles onto a plot of marijuana plants on public land. Knowing a thing or two about growing weed, Breeze befriends the mysterious mountain man tending to the crop. When his new friend is killed, he tries to help law enforcement solve the crime. When the authorities prove reluctant, he is forced to take matters into his own hands.