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Dark Angels Prey

Elizabeth Genovese

Publisher: Silver Sword Publishers

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Summary

Miracles drive him. Demons stalk him… 
After a crushing loss, empath, Joe Ross, accepts a strange, hypnotic priest's invitation to recover at a Quebec monastery, a place infested with supernatural blight and demonic cutthroats. 
  
"A child waits for you there," the priest says, "a child who's waited a long time to meet you." 
 
At Marianlake Dominican Monastery, Joe bonds with Alain, the mystical child, battles with Carol Ann, love of his life, and connects with Maggie--the great catalyst, the artist whose paintings hold the key to a startling secret and a world-rocking document. 
 
And in a land more inscrutable than Marianlake, events explode in a surprising climax when Joe unlocks the secret and discovers a gift for humanity.   
  
But he must outwit the forces of Hell to get it. 
 
DARK ANGELS PREY ... a standalone tale of supernatural suspense.

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