Holy Evil: Nikey & Tee

Holy Evil: Nikey & Tee

by Peter F. Bannigan

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Holy Evil: Nikey & Tee picks up were the first book, Awakening: Nikey & Tee, leaves off leading to the climatic conclusion in an epic confrontation between the Church’s secret department charged with eradicating pedophiles and other deviants from its ranks. The prim suspects from the Church’s vantage are the Chathers and their two lovers, all pagan bi witches with the ability to manipulate energy, suspected of being the ones turning clergy members in to sexual deviants. Monsignor Alsip, the one heading the rendition effort is convinced he can cleans the Church of the sexual monsters if he can capture one of the witches and put it to the question to confess all. The running battle between the Church and witches litters the street of New York and elsewhere on both sides of the Atlantic with bodies culminating in a final confrontation in the jungle of Belize.
As a result of the silent war the witches discover exactly who they are, where the came from many thousands of years in the past and are given a hint of what they may be headed for. Book three of the Tuatha de Danann Saga Born Again Bad: Nikey & Tee tells the story after other, such as the U.S. Government, discover what the witches are capable of and think on how their abilities with energy could be used for military purposes.


Peter Bannigan is the author of the Tuatha de Danann Saga beginning with Awakening: Nikey & Tee and the second book Holy Evil: Nikey & Tee. Peter was born in Brooklyn, New York in the late 40s and now spends his time between Albany, New York and Boston Massachusetts with his wife Cornelia. The idea for the series came out of talks with his sister Fran several years ago while arguing about certain genera and what would be an appropriate and fun retort. He attended Avon Old Farms School, Cornell University were he earned a B.S. and the State University of New York at Albany for his MBA. Years ago while living exclusively in New York Peter worked for the New York State Assembly, the lower house of the state legislature, and after as a private consultant. Throughout the series Peter’s experiences as a legislative employee and consultant are intertwined to provide authenticity and a touch of the real world based on some actual people and event. The names of the guilty are of course changed to protect bystanders, as there are no innocents.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781614682431
Publisher: The Troy Book Makers
Publication date: 11/04/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 436
File size: 861 KB

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