Passover

Passover

by Aphrodite Anagnost, Robert P. Arthur

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Overview

There’s something horrifically dark and biblical about the murders, occurring house by house and involving first-born sons. Only the Sheltons dare remain in the village of Zebulon, Virginia, on the night of Passover, with only the county’s small sheriff’s department to protect them from a baffling evil stirred up by the holocaust of another era. Proceeded by a re-emergence of the biblical plagues that beset Egypt, a tormented and pain-wracked ghost storms the bloodied windows and doors of the Shelton’s huge home with Death Angel fury. Characters fall, one by one, scarecrows from the fields become automatons whose fingers spout flame. Cats die and re-animate.

The Sheltons have resources: intelligence, a dedicated sheriff, a grandmother’s wisdom and revelations about the supernatural, but can the family learn to work together by nightfall? Passover is a beautifully written modern novel in real time, covering the day and early evening. It is not only a supernatural thriller; it is also a domestic drama, a study of fear, and a love story featuring an eldest son and a young ghost that will charm. Authors Frances Williams and Robert P. Arthur convince us that valor and logic can only bring us so far, and faith can bring us home.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781940192932
Publisher: Koehler Books
Publication date: 11/01/2015
Pages: 282
Product dimensions: 5.80(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Aphrodite Anagnost also writes as Frances Williams; her first novel is Memoir of a Death Angel. She's been an actor and a horse trainer, and is now a country doctor and medical examiner in Virginia. She's also an editor at Xenophon Press and a Rhode Island native. Her parents hosted Las Vegas acts there, in their barn-turned-restaurant, the Country Inn. Passover is set in her 1923 home in Franktown sharing the neighborhood with a house so haunted, paranormal investigators decline to show up without a priest.

Robert P. Arthur has published drama, fiction, and poetry. He's won awards in all three genres. He grew up in a Virginia town not far from mythical Zebulon, and is a professor in the MFA creative writing program at Wilkes University. He lives in Virginia Beach.

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