Hades Project: A Cotten Stone Mystery

Hades Project: A Cotten Stone Mystery

by Lynn Sholes, Joe Moore


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ISBN-13: 9780738709307
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
Publication date: 09/01/2007
Series: Cotten Stone Mysteries Series
Pages: 432
Product dimensions: 5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 1.20(d)

About the Author

Lynn Sholes has worked as a writing trainer for Broward County Schools and Citrus County Schools in Florida. Before writing thrillers her interest in archaeology led her to write historical fiction under the name Lynn Armistead McKee. Lynn is a member of the International Thriller Writers, Mystery Writers of America, and The Authors Guild.

Joe Moore is a former marketing & communications executive and two-time EMMY® winner with 25 years experience in the television postproduction industry. Joe serves on the International Thriller Writers board of directors as Co-President. He writes full time from his home in South Florida.


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Hades Project 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
mtnbiker1 on LibraryThing 7 months ago
I enjoyed this book, the third novel in the series of books about main character Cotten Stone. Although by now you would think the authors would be getting used to their characters and the characterization of same, there seems to be a slightly stilted and somewhat awkward way in which they have some of the drama and some of the dialogue occur in the book. When this occurs in a book, it always reminds me of a new writer, although Ms. Sholes and Mr. Moore are both seasoned veterans of writing, the book is interesting and moves along at a brisk pace. I initially thought the book might be written by some sort of conservative christian author along the lines of Frank Peretti's novels, (not that I am making any sort of judgment about Mr. Peretti) which although interesting have a weird religious zeal spin to them that gets a little tiresome after a while. Anyway this novel did not seem to smack of trying to enlighten the unenlightened to the wisdom of Christianity. I do enjoy books with a moderate amount of religious history to them, without being the Da Vinci Code Two. So in summation, good book, interesting story, fascinating amounts of historical fiction.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Cotton Stone is persistent, loyal and (unlike her name) complex. Her pursuit to squash evil is put to the test when she gets a call for help from a friend. Lindsey's daughter, Tara is in danger. While at the same time other children are going missing. Cotton enlists her friend Cardinal John Tyler, head of the oldest spy organization in the world, located in the Vatican to help her find Lindsey and Tara. The complex tale of the battle of evil and good is an old one, but there's no place where it¿s more exciting. Lynn Sholes and Joe Moore have given us an exciting, fast moving, and scary novel. The proverbial 'page turner'. Reviewed by Wanda C. Keesey, author of Lost in the Mist (release date May 2008)
harstan More than 1 year ago
Reporter Cotton Stone is a Nephilim, the daughter of a fallen angel and a mortal but unlike the rest of her species, she is on the side of good as one of God¿s warriors. Her father repented his sin and he had two daughters one took his place in heaven. A new battle is brewing as the Devil¿s Nephilim is creating a super computer using the code given by the kidnapped son of Alan owner of CyberSys. The forces of evil intend to unleash the Hades virus, which will cause disasters leading to millions dead and a new Dark Ages. A childhood friend of Cotton is on the run with her daughter who sees the red auras of those aligned with Satan. They want her dead and Cotton is her only hope for survival. Alan¿s son and Lindsay¿s daughter meet after both are temporarily free of Satan¿s minion and it is obvious they know each other. Cotton thinks these Indigo children are blessed by God and there is an increase in their births for a reason she does not know. Both supercomputers need thodium, the substance found in the resin of The Tree Of Life and the wood is used by Noah to build the arc the only known artifact that still contains this is the Spear of Destiny. If Satan obtains it hell will come to earth. --- Once again, Lynn Sholes & Joe Moore have written a compelling thriller in which Satan, the Nephilim and their offspring the Rubie walk the earth as government, religious, and financial leaders. Cotton plays a major role in putting the pieces together that lead to the Spear of Destiny, but that only insures she will be under attack by the dark forces who already loathe her as a traitor. Readers will enjoy the latest escapades of God¿s champion as she battles the minion of Satan. --- Harriet Klausner