Dreams of Ivory and Gold

· The Fallen Angels Trilogy Book 1 · Crossroad Press
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Gregor Novara hunts evil.


Loathed by those who see him as an abomination for the incubus blood in his veins, he is regarded by others as a savior. Set loose to hunt down another incubus before the beast can put in motion an apocalyptic prophesy the Catholic Church has kept hidden for centuries, Novara must chase his prey through the years. He starts his mission with hope that gradually turns to despair, descending into darkness until he risks becoming the same evil he tracks.


Morgan Kelly is a New York City homicide detective with a growing list of murdered women. The mutilated victims are tied together by the manner of death and a bloodline extending back thousands of years. Fresh off a psych evaluation and a suspension, Kelly must find the serial killer while still dealing with the nightmares disrupting her life.


Father Roger Greene is the meeting point for Novara and Kelly. Assigned by the Vatican to be Novara’s liaison, he is ordered to watch over the emotionally unstable emissary while also counseling his childhood friend, Kelly. Startled to discover the Church’s evil and the serial killer are one in the same, Greene must put aside his fear and help Novara destroy the incubus before it captures Kelly and begins the cataclysm.

About the author

Kirk Dougal is currently the publisher of a group of newspapers in northwest Ohio. He formerly served as the editor-in-chief and is an Associated Press award-winning writer and editorialist. Kirk has also had fiction works appear in multiple anthologies and released his debut novel, Dreams of Ivory and Gold in May of 2014 through Angelic Knight Press, with a 2nd edition released through Angelic again in February 2015 when AKP became an imprint of Ragnarok Publications. His YA dystopian novel, Jacked, has also been optioned by Ragnarok.

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