The Lost Medallion
Beneath the Hill of Endor is a Temple
Inside the Temple is a Chamber,
Inside the Chamber is a door,
Behind the door ... the abyss.
And the key to the door is the witch's medallion.
Former sheriff Randy Baker steals the witch's medallion. Using the Book of Incantations, he summons the powers of darkness to open a passage which takes him in search of the Temple of Endor in Israel. His intentions ... to use the medallion to unlock the door to the abyss and unleash legions of evil spirits.
Knowing they only have days to stop the former sheriff, the three wise men follow him. Unbeknownst to them, Colt O'Dell stows away in the cargo hold of their flight. Once in Israel, the four of them race into action, but quickly find themselves caught in a desperate battle for their lives.
Top-selling author Bryan M. Powell adds yet another gripping novel to his impressive list of Christian Fantasy spell-binders. He once again peels back the veil and gives his readers a glimpse at the spiritual war being waged over the souls of men. Using tragedy in the lives of his characters to demonstrate the power of faith and forgiveness, he skillfully weaves a captivating tale that builds to a breathtaking climax. If you liked Frank Peretti's This Present Darkness and Piercing the Darkness, you will love The Lost Medallion.
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About the Author
Bryan is a member of the following organizations: American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW), The Christian Author's Guild (President, 2016), The Paulding County Writers' Guild (PCWG), and the local chapter of ACFW, the New Life Writers Group.
Along with his literary work, Bryan has over eighty choral and instrumental pieces to his credit as a composer/arranger.
Bryan lives in Dallas, Georgia, with his wife, Patty. They enjoy reading, travel, an occasional round of golf (with Patty driving the cart), and spending time with their two grown children and seven grandchildren. He and Patty are also the owners of Hiram Bookstore, located at 5077 Jimmy Lee Smith Pkwy, Suite 109, Hiram, Ga 30141.