* Recipient of the Redemptive Fiction Award of Excellence *
In Dark Edge, Prequel to the C.O.I.L. Series, Christian suspense by D.I. Telbat, we find an international thriller providing background to Corban Dowler and the C.O.I.L. Organization.
CIA Agent Corban Dowler has refused a kill order, therefore he is sanctioned for assassination by the very agency he has worked with for years. As Corban runs for his life, he must cut all ties and even abandon his wife in order to keep her alive. His new relationship with Jesus Christ may cost him everything . . .
But Corban has a plan. He knows God's persecuted need his specialized skills, so he follows a lead to India, though poisonous clutches and a German hit squad are close behind. Disguised as a bearded Muslim weapons smuggler, Corban initiates a rescue in the midst of millions of Hindus participating in the Ganges River bathing festival.
We also meet first-recruit ex-Mossad Agent Chloe Azmaveth and her husband as they brainstorm with Corban about a new organization to serve God's people worldwide.
With Bonus Chapter One of Dark Liaison, Book One in the C.O.I.L. Series, and cover art by Streetlight Graphics, Dark Edge will not disappoint as you follow the founder of C.O.I.L. to the Edge of darkness. And we learn again, there is no redemption without sacrifice . . .
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About the Author
D. I. Telbat is a Christian author best known for his Suspenseful Fiction with a Faith Focus, which includes his bestseller COIL Series and several standalone suspense novels. He wrote his first book at age 14, and hasn't stopped since! Telbat's Tablet, David's website/blog (http://ditelbat.com), offers free weekly Christian adventure short stories, or related posts, to entertain, but also to bring attention to the persecuted worldwide. Because of his interest in the Persecuted Church and missions, many of D.I. Telbat's stories are about persecuted Christians—their sacrifice, suffering, and rescues. Also on his site, he shares his author reflections, book reviews, writing research, and occasional challenges to today's Christian. His complete biography is there as well. Getting into trouble with the law as a young man became a turning point in David's life. The Lord used that experience to draw David into a personal relationship with Him. Re-focusing his life for Christ, David now seeks to honor God with his life and his writing. David studied writing in college, and worked for a time in the newspaper field, but he is now doing what he loves: writing and Christian ministry. When not busy with ministry, he focuses on writing novels, short stories, blog posts, and prison ministry newsletters. Though D.I. Telbat is currently living in California, he has kept his home office in the Northwest U.S. where his assistant, Dee, lives and helps with his writing and editing needs. There is no redemption without sacrifice.