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Earth Angel - Fallen Angels #3

Valmore Daniels

Publisher: ValmoreDaniels.com

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Summary

My name is Kyle Chase. I had a bright future as a heart surgeon until an accident brought my world crumbling down. 
Just as I started to get my life back together, I stumbled onto a conspiracy that began thousands of years ago; a secret my family tried to keep hidden from me. 
Now, the conspirators want me out of the picture. They will stop at nothing to silence me. 
As I try to uncover my ages-old legacy, I release a dark power that threatens to destroy everyone I love.

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