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Another inventive novel of epic terror by the acclaimed author of Those Across the River
In the darkest days of the Dark Ages, the people of France faced both the Black Plague and desperate gangs of men who wandered the depopulated countryside looting and raping. Tomas, a disgraced knight, is one of these men. When he and his group of hardened men come across a farm where they can find a meal, they also encounter a girl orphaned by the Plague. An unnerving picture of innocence, she tells Tomas that the disease is only part of a greater, more significant cataclysm -- that the fallen angels under Lucifer are rising in a second war on heaven.
Is she really blessed, or is it delirium? As hell unleashes its fury and the true nature of the girl is revealed, Tomas finds himself on a macabre battleground of angels and demons, sinners and saints, and a damnable struggle for nothing less than the soul of man.
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Failed academic Frank Nichols and his wife, Eudora, have arrived in the sleepy Georgia town of Whitbrow, where Frank hopes to write a history of his family's old estate-the Savoyard Plantation- and the horrors that occurred there. At first, the quaint, rural ways of their new neighbors seem to be everything they wanted. But there is an unspoken dread that the townsfolk have lived with for generations. A presence that demands sacrifice.
It comes from the shadowy woods across the river, where the ruins of Savoyard still stand. Where a longstanding debt of blood has never been forgotten.
A debt that has been waiting patiently for Frank Nichols's homecoming...