The End of Alpha

Overview

Matt Hiatt and the Disciples come face-to-face with evil. As a secular world moves closer to John's Revelation, Samil (Angel of Death) leadership does everything it can to prevent a blessed child from being born. Samil is intent on taking over the world and crushing religions worldwide.

The End of Alpha is the second book in The 12th Disciple series. Modern day Disciples have come together to ensure that God's will is done in a world that has lost its way. The Third World War ...

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Overview

Matt Hiatt and the Disciples come face-to-face with evil. As a secular world moves closer to John's Revelation, Samil (Angel of Death) leadership does everything it can to prevent a blessed child from being born. Samil is intent on taking over the world and crushing religions worldwide.

The End of Alpha is the second book in The 12th Disciple series. Modern day Disciples have come together to ensure that God's will is done in a world that has lost its way. The Third World War favors Samil leadership and the Disciples understand they must go on the offensive and recruit important military and government leadership to protect the interests of the United States and world.

Much like The 12th Disciple, The End of Alpha is fast paced with plenty of action and intrigue. The love story between Matt and Elisabeth continues to blossom in the second installation. They embrace the importance of their destinies and significance of their relationship.

"Release the Crevan!"

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780578119700
  • Publisher: Gigs N Rigs
  • Publication date: 4/30/2013
  • Pages: 370
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.77 (d)

Meet the Author

Scott Peters was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. After attending the public schools of Farmers Branch for elementary and middle school education, Scott enrolled in Jesuit College Preparatory School in Dallas for high school. Scott transferred to Nolan High School in Fort Worth between semesters his freshman year and earned his diploma. Texas Tech was such a great school and so entertaining, Scott completed his undergrad in 4 1/2 years. Upon completion of his psychology degree from Texas Tech, Scott turned his attention to the lumber industry and served in several different positions for different companies. His highest, not greatest, accomplishment was becoming the Vice President of Operations in Colorado for a large lumber company. Scott's greatest achievement was serving as Chairman of the Board for a non-profit, employee operated, charitable organization.
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