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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: Stonegarden.Net Publishing, 308 Seiten, L=203mm, B=127mm, H=18mm, Gew.=336gr, [GR: 21000 - TB/Belletristik], [SW: - Fiction - General], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: Evil casts a long shadow over a mansion built upon catacombs that housed an insane asylum and that contain the bones of worshipers of the bloodthirsty goddess Asherah. And now this same evil casts its shadow upon Pastor Jacob Gray, whose ancestors inhabited the dark mansion. Fighting madness, Jacob traces his violent family history from Silas, who built the house, to Jedidiah, who was murdered by Martha Higgens, high priestess to Asherah. To Jeremy, who executed his parents on the night of June 2, 1948. And finally to his mother Beatrice, current high priestess of Asherah, and her sister Sarah, a street corner evangelist. The sisters are the key for Jacob. Will he follow his aunt Sarah and free himself from the shadow? Or will he pursue his mother and risk being devoured by evil and madness? Evil casts a long shadow over a mansion built upon catacombs that housed an insane asylum and that contain the bones of worshipers of the bloodthirsty goddess Asherah. And now this same evil casts its shadow upon Pastor Jacob Gray, whose ancestors inhabited the dark mansion. Fighting madness, Jacob traces his violent family history from Silas, who built the house, to Jedidiah, who was murdered by Martha Higgens, high priestess to Asherah. To Jeremy, who executed his parents on the night of June 2, 1948. And finally to his mother Beatrice, current high priestess of Asherah, and her sister Sarah, a street corner evangelist. The sisters are the key for Jacob. Will he follow his aunt Sarah and free himself from the shadow? Or will he pursue his mother and risk being devoured by evil and madness?

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Evil casts a long shadow over a mansion built upon catacombs that housed an insane asylum and that contain the bones of worshipers of the bloodthirsty goddess Asherah. And now this same evil casts its shadow upon Pastor Jacob Gray, whose ancestors inhabited the dark mansion. Fighting madness, Jacob traces his violent family history from Silas, who built the house, to Jedidiah, who was murdered by Martha Higgens, high priestess to Asherah. To Jeremy, who executed his parents on the night of June 2, 1948. And finally to his mother Beatrice, current high priestess of Asherah, and her sister Sarah, a street corner evangelist. The sisters are the key for Jacob. Will he follow his aunt Sarah and free himself from the shadow? Or will he pursue his mother and risk being devoured by evil and madness? Weight:0.74 lbs, StoneGarden.net Publishing, 9/29/2008 0:00:00

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The Deconstruction of Beatrice Gray
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Logsdon, Richard

Titel:

The Deconstruction of Beatrice Gray

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1600760619

Evil casts a long shadow over a mansion built upon catacombs that housed an insane asylum and that contain the bones of worshipers of the bloodthirsty goddess Asherah. And now this same evil casts its shadow upon Pastor Jacob Gray, whose ancestors inhabited the dark mansion. Fighting madness, Jacob traces his violent family history from Silas, who built the house, to Jedidiah, who was murdered by Martha Higgens, high priestess to Asherah. To Jeremy, who executed his parents on the night of June 2, 1948. And finally to his mother Beatrice, current high priestess of Asherah, and her sister Sarah, a street corner evangelist. The sisters are the key for Jacob. Will he follow his aunt Sarah and free himself from the shadow? Or will he pursue his mother and risk being devoured by evil and madness?

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781600760617
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1600760619
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2008
Herausgeber: Stonegarden.Net Publishing
308 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,336 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1600760619

ISBN - alternative Schreibweisen:
1-60076-061-9, 978-1-60076-061-7

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