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While at his dying wife's bedside, Louis Darque, a recently promoted detective, is confronted by his absentee biological father, a demon named B'lial. The demon offers Louis the chance to save the life of his wife if he 'works' for him on earth. He informs him that because of his mixed blood he has certain demonic traits, such as immortality and the ability to travel to and from Hell. While Louis attempts to solve a series of murders on Earth and battles in Hell, he finds he has a twin brother: Obscure. In an effort to save the world from their father, and so Louis can have peace and Obscure the missing darkness he so craves, the two team up to fight B'lial on his own turf.....and Hell makes it clear that Louis is certainly not welcome there.... Review 'Great storyline, couldn't put the book down.'  Maureen 'I literally had a hard time putting this book down! Highly recommended for anyone looking for a well-written fantasy story.'  Lady Strange 'This is a fast and compelling read with a story unlike anything I have read and yet.....references to classic literature, pop culture, cult movies, and even the bible abound. In the universal battle of good versus evil, I always rooted for good. Who knew evil could be so fun? Try it you might like it.'  Carrie About the Author Nick Kisella is an author, editor, screenwriter and semi-retired fitness professional. Primarily a horror author, he has also adapted several films into novels, most recently including ‘The Mary Horror Trilogy’, and ‘I Spill Your Guts’. He’s also penned several screenplays over the years. His most recent works are comprised of the novel, ‘Morningstars’, ‘The Beasts and the Walking Dead’ and ‘Crossing Lines’. His future projects include a collaboration with Scream Queen Deana Demko, titled ‘Lilith’s Apple’, and the novel adaptations of the yet to be released trilogy of fillms, ‘The Soulless’. ‘Morningstars’ was his first full length horror novel.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2014
    • Ano:  2016
    • País de Produção: Brazil
    • Código de Barras:  2001038073651
    • ISBN:  1230000965637

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