Eleventh Hourby Eric Stoffle, Celeste Perrino Walker
Brian isn't the
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Brian Willis has had enough. His idea of Christianity and the goals of Gavin Larson, leader of the United Religious Coalition, appear to agree less and less. Now it seems as if Gavin has been making plans to gain control of the most powerful nation on earth. Brian's wife wants him to leave the Coalition, but it's just not that easy to get out.
Brian isn't the only one swept up in Gavin's power grab. Young Dani Talbot witnessed an event she wished she had never seen. Now, she is being hunted, and not just to silence her. She has something someone wants. Alone, scared, and on the run it seems as if one dangerous situation catapults her into the next. Is there a safe place left on earth?
Amy Cooper doesn't think so. A hot virus is sweeping the world and USAMRIID has been unable to control its deadly course. Will they be able to figure it out in time or will humanity be wiped out for good?
Meet the Author
Eric Stoffle is a writer who has published children's books, and co-published two adult fiction books, which are soon to be released as eBooks. He has also published several stories for children.
Eric has worked in the publishing industry as well as law enforcement. He began his law enforcement career working in Canyon County and Ada County jails. He is now an investigator.
Eric is married and has three boys.
Visit him at www.ericstoffle.com
Céleste Perrino-Walker doesn't like to toot her own horn. She'd rather lean on it, long and hard. So this is all about her. [Warning: shameless self-promotion to follow.] It's about how wonderful she is and all the great stuff she's done. Like writing hundreds of books (or at least 16), three of which are a trilogy (because that's how many books it takes to make a trilogy): Prayer Warriors, Guardians, and Prayer Warriors: The Final Chapter. Her newest book is called The Third Coming and it's sold millions of copies (probably.) Of course, this doesn't even come close to the amount of articles and stories she wrote before she got to be editor of Listen Magazine. That's editor as in "The Big Kahuna." Yeah, that's right. The top name on the masthead. Hey, I warned you. You should probably stop reading before it gets any worse.
She also writes a column called Times of Your Life for Vibrant Life magazine in which she talks mostly about herself and all the cool and interesting stuff she does all the time when she's not working and sometimes even when she is. It's mostly funny, except when it's not. Of course it goes without saying that she's stunningly beautiful and would do some modeling on the side except she doesn't have time.
She's a fiber artist and has a farm full of animals to support her endeavors (and drive her mad - all the best people are, you know.) To read about interesting things like llama spit and Close Encounters of the Unplanned Kind check out her blog at www.reindeerstationfarm.blotspot.com. She directs two handbell choirs which makes her an official ding-a-ling. When she isn't editing, writing, weaving, spinning, or rescuing children from burning buildings she enjoys fiddling, playing the bones, quilting, hiking, snowshoeing, canoeing, and watercolor painting.
Céleste lives in a top secret location in a state up in the northeastern corner of the US, more or less, with her husband Rob, son, Joshua, daughter, Rachel
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Eleventh Hour is a great read. It's got it all-mystery; scenes that seem like they are really current day events; suspense. This book keeps you turning pages or in the case of the e-book, swiping the screen. What are you waiting for? Get it now!