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Descendant: A Novel of the Liber Monstrorum - Tales of the Liber Monstrorum

Bob Freeman

Publisher: Seventh Star Press

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Descendant is a supernatural thriller filled with daring action, adventure, and artifice set against the backdrop of a very familiar world - but it is a world in which preternatural entities, clandestine magical orders, ancient bloodlines, and unholy alliances converge within the shadowed recesses of our darkest imaginings. 
 
Federal Agents Selina Wolfe and Martin Crowe are called in to investigate a series of bizarre deaths in a small rural community. What first seems to be a misadventure involving black magic and satanic ritual soon takes on even more deleterious overtones, as the agents become embroiled in a plot by a sinister cabal intent on unleashing Hell on Earth.

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