The Accidental Exorcist

The Accidental Exorcist

by Joshua Graham

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The Accidental Exorcist by Joshua Graham

When forensic psychiatrist Abigail Lee meets a baby-killing mother who has been declared criminally insane and aquitted, she discovers something lurking beneath the surface. Something far deeper and more insidious than mere psychopathy.

But can she come to terms with her own struggle with science and faith in time to confront it?

This ebook novella includes sample chapters from Joshua Graham's bestselling novels TERMINUS and BEYOND JUSTICE.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148704379
Publisher: Dawn Treader Publications
Publication date: 09/10/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 236 KB

About the Author

Award winning writer Joshua Graham's #1 bestselling novel (Barnes & Noble ebooks) BEYOND JUSTICE is taking the world by storm, one reader at a time. Many of his readers blame him for sleepless nights, arriving to work late, neglected dishes and family members, and not allowing them to put the book down.

BEYOND JUSTICE, THE ACCIDENTAL EXORCIST, THE ACCIDENTAL HERO, THE ACCIDENTAL HEALER, and DEATH AND TAXES, have reached the top of multiple bestseller list on Barnes & Noble topping titles by John Grisham, Linda Fairstein, Scott Turrow and James Lee Burke, Ted Dekker and Steven James. Soaring to the top of the Barnes & Noble lists, BEYOND JUSTICE hit #1 in the Legal Thriller and Christian Thriller categories It has also remained on the top 100 bestselling Kindle bestseller list months after its release.

BEYOND JUSTICE won the 2011 International Book Awards.

Suspense Magazine listed BEYOND JUSTICE in its BEST OF 2010, alongside titles by Scott Turrow, Ted Dekker, and Brad Thor.

His short story THE DOOR'S OPEN won the HarperCollins Authonomy Competition (2010)

Publishers Weekly described BEYOND JUSTICE as:
"...A riveting legal thriller.... breaking new ground with a vengeance... demonically entertaining and surprisingly inspiring."

His next novel Darkroom (Simon & Schuster/Howard Books) is scheduled for release May 2012

Joshua holds a Bachelor and Master's Degree and went on to earn his doctorate from Johns Hopkins University. During his time in Maryland, he taught as a professor at Shepherd College (WV), Western Maryland College, and Columbia Union College (MD)
Today he lives with his beautiful wife and children in Southern California. Several of Graham's short fiction works have been published by Pocket Books and Dawn Treader Press.

Writing under the pen name Ian Alexander, Graham will debut with his first Epic Fantasy novel ONCE WE WERE KINGS, to be released May 2011.

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nooksandbooks More than 1 year ago
This was a quick but powerful read. I couldn't put it down until the end and was literally spellbound following the plot. I have recently been turned onto Joshua's gift of writing and have been thoroughly blessed by his books. I have read them all!!
redbarb45 More than 1 year ago
Exciting page turner with twists and surprises.
readaholic-nana More than 1 year ago
I read the Accidental Exorcist by Joshua Graham last night. It is an easy but delightful read. The characters are real and the plot is realistic as much as a ghost story can be. There is a twist to the plot as to why the dead brother has remained. I would highly recommend this book if you want something that is quick, enjoyable and easy to read. It is a great introduction to Joshua Graham. I look forward to reading the rest of his novelettes and his novel.
Book_Worm87 More than 1 year ago
The Accidental Exorcist is a nice albeit short read. It kept my attention and the action is pretty quickly paced and fairly well done. A bit reminicent of 'The Exorcisim of Emily Rose'. But as I said before it was well done. The E-Book also offers an excerpt for Mr. Graham's other novel. This E-Book is also worth taking a look at as well, it starts strong and hopefully he continues to deliver with the book. I'll definitely reccomend for a quick and light read, and I'll look forward to more of his work, The Accidental Exorcist at 0.99 is well worth a look that won't hurt one's pocket.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was indeed suprised that I thoroughly enjoyed this story. Though short, it held my attention, gave me just enough insight into the characters to make me care about them and I have no doubt were it to have been 700 pages I would have stuck with Abigail Lee to see where the story carried her...well done Mr. Graham! I look forward to reading other works from you!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's only 39 pages. It's like only the good parts of a book with everything in the middle ripped out.
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What an amazingly compelling story!! Of the devil and the power of Jesus over him... But NOTpreachingly religious.. Read it -- You'll see whar I mean !
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Room 69 <p> There were black curtains covering the filthy window, but otherwise, the room was quite nice. An oversized bed sat in the middle, and everything was either black or blue.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good story, but evev better reminder of Jesus' love and the power of the forgivess of sin.
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Good storyline but not a book. So short it is like an article in a magazine. Would have been ticked if bought even if i only paid 99 cents.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My expectations misled me. Was disappointed.
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Very good short story and I agree that I wish it was longer.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was a powerful story, but much too short to really get into it. I'm glad it was free. I would have felt truly gypped to have to pay for it. I'll admit, I probably won't bother with more from this line.
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Wow this short was pulled you in and didn't let go. Free short and awesome read. I highly recommend. I can't to read more from this author!!