"The secluded backwoods of beautiful Tennessee is the perfect setting for this mesmerizing contemporary Gothic tale. There is a chilling sense of foreboding that permeates the sheer essence of this story." - Night Owl Paranormal
Once a power reveals itself...there is no turning back.
Through a chance encounter at a biodiversity conference in Chicago, biologist Ethan Broughton is invited to investigate a potent medicinal plant and a rumor of curative miracles on Porringer Hill in East Tennessee. What he finds is an isolated community of disturbing superstition centered on a strangely compelling young woman possessed of a mysterious ability to heal all wounds.
Ethan believes the extraordinary claim to be little more than smoke and mirrors.
He couldn't be more dangerously wrong.
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The Evangeline Heresy is something rare in novels that deal with the supernatural these days in that it is wholly unique. For starters, it is a quiet novel. One that allows you to get lost in the atmosphere of the narrative while at the same time it propels you to its conclusion. Unfortunately though that is all I can say because to say more would open up this review to the potential of spoiling the ending. While one doesn't realize it until the end, the story is very tightly plotted and executed with such precision that its almost impossible to discuss what makes this novel great from the events that occur throughout it.