Monday, January 23, 2012
Book Review: The Ten Plagues
An Epidemic of Old Testament Proportions Invades Chicago
A Lady Cop and a Vengeful Pastor Battle Demons Past and Present
Uhrichsville, OH – Get ready for an emotionally charged ride as a female cop and a mission pastor become the focus of a maniacal murderer’s wrath. Available in October 2011, Ten Plagues by Mary Nealy promises a white-knuckled ride.
A serial killer has struck Chicago with an epidemic of evil, patterning his murders after the ten Old Testament plagues—beginning with the plague of blood. When the first victim floats to the surface, female detective Keren Collins is on the case. Will her gift of spiritual discernment enable her to defuse the demonic pandemic? Ex-cop, now mission pastor, Paul Morris has seen his fair share of things from the dark side, including himself. Now he finds himself in the terrifying role of the killer’s messenger. Will he discover the identity of the crazed killer or become his next victim?
This book is a chilling thriller for sure, the action starts on the first page and doesn't stop. Chilling and horrific, this book will keep you looking over your shoulder well into the night. This book is not for the faint of heart, there are some pretty graphic murders here, and a cop turned pastor may just be the key...but he does not fit into the picture very smoothly! Pick up this book and you'll be in for a fast-paced ride through terror and evil, with a bit of love and hope thrown in!
I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for review from Barbour books.
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