Advent

Advent

by David Miller
Advent

Advent

by David Miller

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Overview

From the deadly attacks on US embassies in Africa to the Bali bombings to 9-11 – these have left the world reeling in shock and fear. Horrific as these bloody terrorist operations were, they were in essence nothing more than just random strikes without any real long-term agenda.

But what if lurking in the shadows now was an even more sinister force – one intent on world domination at any cost. Following a script almost as old as time itself, it would put religion and politics on an inevitable collision course blurring forever the lines of good and evil.

From Washington, to Jerusalem’s sacred Temple Mount to the hallowed halls of the Vatican, the final struggle for global conquest has been set in motion – the advent to Judgement Day is upon us.


Product Details

BN ID: 2940045296434
Publisher: David Miller
Publication date: 08/19/2013
Series: Year of the Tiger , #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: eBook
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

David Miller worked as a police investigator for eight years before beginning his writing career first as a newspaper correspondent and later as a managing editor for a stable of magazines. Over the years he has written several commercial books for both the public and private sectors while working in the marketing and communications industry.

His first novel Year of the Tiger was published in August 2012 and updated in 2021. Advent, the second instalment of the trilogy was published in June 2013 with the final part Agenda published in November 2022.

In November 2014 the author also published two non-fiction titles - Bahau, the Elephant & the Ham and DutyBound.
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