TESTIMONIALS FROM READERS:
"I just read the whole "Paint The Silence" book tonight and holy cow! Wow, what a different book than the authors spiritual books!! Talk about drama and horror. Wow! I couldn't put it down once I started reading it and kept thinking what's next! I liked it, but ohhhh so gory and sorta leaves you feeling acckkkk!! Thank you for writing this great book! Now I hope I can go to sleep!" - A Reader
"Unbelievable! I totally just read the book from cover to cover in one sitting and absolutely LOVED IT. I can't even begin to wrap my mind around how a spiritual writer wrote something like this, but it reminds me of the movie, "Red State" and some clips covered on polygamy in New Mexico. Anyway bravo! This was written with class and style!" - A Reader
Chapter | 1 | Ruston Bock
Chapter | 2 | The Mansion
Chapter | 3 | The Dinner
Chapter | 4 | Logan Granger
Chapter | 5 | Confrontation
Chapter | 6 | Where’s Donna?
Chapter | 7 | Serving Up Revenge
Chapter | 8 | Arresting Development
Chapter | 9 | The Bayou Swamp
Chapter | 10 | The Persecuted and the Damned
Chapter | 11 | Face Off
Chapter | 12 | Ruston’s Rebirth
Chapter | 13 | Halloween
Chapter | 14 | Breaking and Entering
Chapter | 15 | The Brush with Evil
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