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Inhaltsangabe: Some believe that those who commit horrific acts of terror are possessed by the Devil. Maybe they're right. When a malevolent spirit possesses a dying man, a terrorist is born. Its target? Every person in the United States. With the aid of a local cult awaiting the spirit's return, a sinister plot unfolds to poison the country's food chain and cigarette supplies with Devil's Breath; a very real and insidious drug used for centuries to take control of people. But first, they want to test it on a small town in Georgia. Sheriff Ron Dalton, former Army Ranger and Medal of Honor recipient, thought he had left the nightmares in Afghanistan behind, but when a man is knocked unconscious in a simple bar fight, the nightmares come home. The man is not the same person he was when he wakes up?he is now the essence of evil. Everyone can feel it. Complicating matters, the possessed man is the husband of Sheriff Dalton's high school sweetheart, a woman he still loves. When the husband returns home from the hospital, strange things begin happening in the town. Many residents vanish; others appear to be entranced, communications go down, armed men set up roadblocks, and mysterious vehicles drive around delivering gifts on doorsteps, which the sheriff eventually learns are laced with drugs. By the time he discovers the scope of the terrorist's plan, it is too late; most people in his town are under the cult's control. Led by Sheriff Ron Dalton, the few remaining unaffected by Devil's Breath must risk everything to prevent the largest terrorist attack the world has ever known. They are alone, isolated from the rest of the world and some will not survive, but even in failure, they are heroes. This is their story. Content Awareness: Genre: Thriller, Horror Contains adult language/violence/disturbing imagery/drug references 17+ Authors Note: Devil's Breath is more about a potential terrorist attack than it is about horror (but then, aren't they the same thing? The lead terrorist is a "monster" because to me, that is what terrorists are). Every year, the odorless (inhaled) and tasteless (ingested) drug Devil's Breath is used to victimize over 1,000 people in the country of Columbia. It is often called 'The World's Scariest Drug,' eliminating both free will and memory. Is it that farfetched to believe drugs could come from Columbia to the United States? Of course it isn't?it happens all the time. Some believe terrorists are already using Devil's Breath to seduce new recruits. If so, then it may just be a matter of time before fiction becomes reality?
Über den Autor: Sebastian Chase has written stories, poems, and even musical lyrics for nearly thirty years under several pen names. Mr. Chase enjoys making traditional villains (whether it is vampires or the undead) more believable by introducing science into the mix. He also has many fresh cross-genre ideas in the works. Sebastian is a Navy veteran who assisted with wartime efforts in Iraq, computer programmer, and former surgical technician. He is the proud father of three sons (plus a Labrador Retriever and a Newfoundland who think they're children), and husband to an incredible woman. After living for years in beautiful Colorado, he now makes his home Northern Virginia.
Buchbeschreibung Createspace Independent Pub, 2014. Paperback. Buchzustand: Brand New. 298 pages. 8.00x5.00x0.75 inches. This item is printed on demand. Buchnummer des Verkäufers zk1502798808