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Angel Of Darkness - Fallen Angels #5 - cover

Angel Of Darkness - Fallen Angels #5

Valmore Daniels

Publisher: ValmoreDaniels.com

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Summary

My name is Frank. I joined the police force to make a difference, but from the first day on the job, everything I've done has made life worse for everyone around me. 
For twenty-five years, I searched for meaning, to make sense of my life, but I never found any answers. 
Just when I decide to turn my back on my life's work, I uncover a conspiracy more sinister than anything I ever imagined. 
As I investigate, I realize that even if I stop the conspirators, the blood of innocents will be on my hands: thousands will die. If I don't stop them, all of mankind will suffer an age of darkness...

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