The dark and cold of an Alaska winter settled over Ravens Cove. To boost the sagging economy, Mayor Thomas Orthell brought in a new tourist attraction—an ancient town abandoned for almost a century. The Forgotten Place is rumored to be cursed and to hold the threat of death for any who enter. Now, the town and its curse have made their way to Ravens Cove. As mysterious deaths, legendary entities, and folklore come to life, the town is hurtled into a spiritual battle with a familiar nemesis. The lessons learned during the Iconoclast siege are going to be put to the test—along with the small troop of warriors that have been brought back together to learn a better way to fight and defeat a shrewd and dangerous enemy.
About the Author
Mary Ann Poll is the author of Ravens Cove: An Alaska Iconoclast Mystery. Ingress is the second in the Iconoclast series. Mary Ann moved to Alaska in 1972 and spent 25 years working in administration. Writing in a technical capacity became an integral part of her profession. When a severe injury impeded her ability to work, she turned to creative writing. From an early age, the supernatural intrigued Mary Ann. Looking for answers and on a spiritual quest, she dabbled in many new age ideas. In the end, though, she came to Christ. Her natural curiosity regarding the supernatural, her love of Alaska, and her belief come together in her novels. “…for Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light. It is not surprising, then, if his servants masquerade as servants of righteousness.” (2 Corinthians 11:14)
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Great book! If you like supernatural thrillers, you'll love it.