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What Angels Fear

What Angels Fear

by Erin Klitzke

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From the outside, Andover Commonwealth looks like a normal town, but when Julia Kinsey takes over her late uncle's shop, she discovers that the tiny Michigan community has a far darker side than she ever imagined.

Julia used to spend summers with her aunt and uncle in Andover and she's no stranger to its more run-of-the-mill oddities, including the local preacher who's always given her the creeps. From the moment she first sees the Reverend's ward, Darien, her life is turned upside down as she's driven to dig deeper into the community's darkest secrets.

And Darien might just be the key to it all.

It's all connected to the place outside of town, the Institute, the focus of most of the town's activities--religious and otherwise--and Darien knows something about that place, something he can't or won't talk about. All Julia really knows is that she needs to get him out of town before it's too late.

A Lost Angel Chronicle.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940013301443
Publisher: Erin Klitzke
Publication date: 10/17/2011
Series: The Lost Angel Chronicles , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 970,092
File size: 202 KB

About the Author

Erin M. Klitzke has been writing since she was an adolescent, though most of those early works will never see the light of day. She got her BA in history and anthropology from Grand Valley State University and her MA in history from Oakland University, and much to her mother’s occasional dismay, what she does with those degrees is write fiction.

She lives in Detroit’s northern suburbs and enjoys reading, sewing, gaming, and renaissance festivals when she’s not creating her own worlds. You can find her on the web at, e-mail her at doc (at) embklitzke (dot) com, and follow her on Twitter at @EMBKDoc.

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