Hell On Earth

Hell On Earth

Book - 2001
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"In a Greenwich Village townhouse, a mysterious man named Colin, an orphan raised by sorcerors skilled in dark magic, awakens to find the talisman known as the Trine missing from its place of safekeeping - and an angel named Zoel impatiently ringing his doorbell." "In the death chamber of the Oregon Federal Penitentiary, Liz Russell, author of a bestseller on the serial killer called the Maneater, watches her subject receive the lethal injection that will end his life. But the Maneater has sworn that she will be his next victim - even if he has to claw his way up from Hell." "On the streets of Los Angeles, Terry Dane, a bodyguard with a dark and bloody secret, fights to protect his rock star client from a knife-wielding maniac impervious to pain and injury." "And in an Alabama backwoods clinic, a young girl gives birth to something monstrous and unholy, something that thirsts not for mother's milk but for the blood of all that lives." "Now it's up to Colin, with the assistance of Zoel and the demon Asdeon - aiding Colin for his own sinister purposes - to recover the Trine before its awesome power can be used to spark Armageddon. It's a struggle that Liz and Terry will find themselves part of as well, whether they like it or not. The only trouble is, without the Trine, Colin's magic is no match for that of his enigmatic adversary. And Zoel can be trusted no more than Asdeon to avert an apocalypse that may be as much God's plan as the Devil's desire."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Publishing Group, 2001, c2000
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780345423351
Branch Call Number: F
Characteristics: 280 pages ;,25 cm


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