Jim Cornell used to believe in God.
But when things went bad - his daughter getting cancer, his layoff from his well-paying job, the strain of his marriage - he began to have no use for God anymore.
When Jim's forced into a situation that will require his participation in another man's murder, his faith will be tested. Because while Jim used to believe in God, he'd never given that much thought to the Devil.
Now he's going to have to. Because, like it or not, Jim is involved with people who have a deep religious faith, too.
Jim is about to discover that where there is light, there must be darkness. There's more than one kind of religious faith and his is about to be put to the ultimate test.
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