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Sorcerer
James Byron Huggins
0883688182
April 2006
Paperback
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Book Description
Ex-detective Michael Thorn has retired from the police force, and is eager to lead a normal life for once. His days of fighting to protect the innocent are over. But his "retirement" isn't going to be the long-deserved rest he expected. His new home in rural New England has many strange stories surrounding it. But those are all just rumors…right? Then he discovers the skeleton in the basement and realizes the rumors are true. But when the skeleton mysteriously disappears, Thorn is faced with an ancient mystery-one that leads to an even more ancient foe: the same sorcerer who fought Moses! Now, to protect his family, Thorn must figure out how a sorcerer from ancient Egypt ended up in America and how to defeat him before he regains his full power and wreaks havoc on the world. Thorn has help from a wise professor,...


Scam
James Byron Huggins
0883688174
January 2006
Paperback
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Book Description
Uncovering a grand conspiracy that encompasses nations, Jonathan Malone must face his past if he wants to expose a criminal mastermind and save himself. FBI rookie Jonathan Malone is recruited for a top-secret missionâ€"a mission that touches on his past. The same man who murdered his parents has come back, hoping to finish the job. With a small team of men, Jonathan must search out conspiracy on an international level, conspiracy rooted in all the top organizationsâ€"FBI, CIA, even the White House. Will he be able to catch a master criminal with a long list of crimes that started with a redistribution of the wealth stolen from the Jews back in WWII? How deep does the mystery go?

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Best-selling author of such novels as Leviathan, Cain,...


Nightbringer
James Byron Huggins
088368876X
September 2004
Hardcover
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Cain
James Byron Huggins
067100378X
September 1998
Mass Market Paperback
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From Library Journal
In this new horror/techno/medical thriller by the author of several Christian fiction best sellers (e.g., Leviathan, LJ 9/1/95), readers are treated to the distinct possibility of evil incarnate taking over the world. The plot is murky at best: a hideous being is running amok, drinking blood and kidnapping an innocent child who holds the key to its survival. The good guys are a tormented priest, a disillusioned soldier, and a beautiful doctor (mother of said innocent child). The baddies are double-dealing government agents who are working for "The Dark Side." The main quibble with Huggins's story is a common one, particularly in Christian fiction. Stephen King can mix and match his monsters, blending characteristics, but most authors simply lack the talent. What is Huggins's evil being? Is it a golem? A vampire? A...

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