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Destroyer

Wayne Sanders, Fernando Kiro Campos

Publisher: Crimson Cloak Publishing

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Summary

Gabriel Shaw is a man plagued by a mysterious entity that only appears when he is not awake.  
Ever since he was a child, Gabriel has been the focus of several investigations​ involving brutal killings and the most gruesome mutilations​.  
Deemed criminally insane, he was taken away and cared for by a doctor, who not only believes Gabriel is innocent but, he believes he can prove it. 
Yet, even now, when Gabriel awakens, he finds himself questioning his own sanity as he tries desperately to sort out the chaos left for him by the demon...or perhaps himself.

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