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Mose Washington and his "grandson,"
Bill, are still on the lam in
1968 after fleeing Cat Lake where
Bill's mom was brutally slayed
years earlier. Hiding out under
assumed names, Bill is enrolled at
North Texas State University and
learning to ride bulls, while Mose
continues to protect Bill from the
evil he knows hunts them incessantly.
When a dangerous and
determined assassin hired by
an enemy closes in, Bill"s faith is
challenged to a point where even
Mose's devoted guidance can't seem to save him. What
was once just part of a bedtime prayer becomes an all too-
real consideration for both men: AND IF I DIE?
Posted December 9, 2008
None know better the eternal war between good and evil than Missy Patterson. In 1945, Missy and a group of people were in Cat Lake when they were attacked by demonic possessed snakes. The only reason she lived was because an angel told Mason, a believer and a warrior, to be on guard. Mose Washington¿s son AJ died saving her life and shortly after she gave her life to Christ. Two more times she was attacked and through God¿s intervention she was saved.---------------- When two demon possessed men beat Bill¿s mother to death, Mose killed them and now Mose and the lad Buill are on the run. Now Missy, Bill, Mose, and Missy¿s husband Pat are all in Denton and all are believers except for bull riding Bill. Congresswoman Estelle Bainbridge has hired a hit man to kill them because in her mind they all had a hand in killing her son. All believe that another confrontation with demonic forces is coming. Missy has an important role to play. Although she is scared she is willing to perform what God requires her to do. The War between good and evil is played out between mortals and angels and demons. Believers will enjoy this tale as will non believer who will read it as a fantastic fantasy story. In some ways the story line warns the audience what is coming, but the solid characters make this a thoroughly fabulous tale.---------------- Harriet Klausner
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