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Just out of prison, ex-convict Mitch Turner is determined to put his life back on track and find out the truth about his daughter’s mysterious death. But when his daughter’s best friend, Geneva, discovers a cryptic piece of top-secret technology, the two of them are thrust into the cross-hairs of a deadly living weapon.
It’s known only by a code name: Archangel. It’s fast, invulnerable, inhuman. And its next target is Mitch.
The Archangel is more than just a relentless killer. It’s a gatekeeper of the dangerous boundary that divides this world from the next. And it’s Mitch’s only chance of learning the dark truth about what happened to his daughter.
Outnumbered, outgunned and on the run, Mitch and Geneva race to outsmart an elite force determined to silence them. Can they uncover the conspiracy before the Archangel unleashes its deadly secret on all of humanity?
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I couldn’t see much more than rocks and falling snow. Something about that place was so lonely, so forbidding, that it’s still frozen into my memory. We could die up here, I thought. And weirdly enough, at that moment I knew how my book would end. Funny how the mind works. Read more >
I once had a neighbor who mowed his lawn in his bathrobe. I look for oddball moments like that, human moments I can put into my stories. Mitch loves to barbecue, he has a garage full of junk, he has a troubled relationship with his brother. Details like that helps the story feel “real” during the car chases and gunfights. And when the hero is chasing somebody in his bathrobe, it’s also funny. Read more >
Conspiracy of Angels is a page-turning story packed with pulse-pounding chases, otherworldly dangers and tough-talking characters hiding heartbreaking secrets.
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