Valleys of the Earth

· The Fallen Angels Trilogy Book 2 · Crossroad Press
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About this ebook

A fallen angel is free again.


The last time ex-priest Roger Greene saw Greg Novara, he watched the Vatican emissary walk calmly away after murdering his best friend's newborn son in order to stop a biblical prophecy from coming true. 


Now, six years later, a series of disasters kills tens of thousands around the world and convinces Vatican officials the evil destroyed by Novara and Greene in New York was not alone. Desperate to bring an end to the deaths, they manipulate Greene into joining the hunter again to save mankind. 


Greene and Novara race across Europe and the Middle East, piecing together clues from ancient manuscripts and legends, all while following the trail of blood and destruction and trying to stay ahead of the FBI agents who can stop them from succeeding—the father of the baby Novara murdered and his new partner who appears to know a lot more about Novara than she is willing to say.


As the pair track down the fallen angel-turned-demon in the mountains of Israel and prepare to battle, Greene finally realizes what Novara has known all along, that fighting evil requires sacrifices he thought he would never consider. 

About the author

Kirk Dougal released his debut novel and first book in the Fallen Angels trilogy, Dreams of Ivory and Gold, in May of 2014 through Angelic Knight Press. His YA dystopian novel, Jacked, led the launch of Ragnarok Publications' Per Aspera SF imprint in 2016 and his most recent release occurred in early 2017 with Reset, the first book in his Lit/RPG detective series The Dowland Cases. Kirk lives in Ohio with his wife and four children. For more information on his writings or just to find out what he has been doing, you can find Kirk at his website, www.kirkdougal.com, or hanging out on Facebook and Twitter.

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