From the Publisher that brought you popular short story series Witching Call, Hostile Hearts, Earthbound Angels, The January Morrison Files Psychic Series, Ralph's Gift, Children of Time, Chains of Darkness, Tropical Storms and Friend Zone...
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Errant bits of trash had gathered against the back wall of the mosque. What looked to Kenneth like a book page had crumpled up into a ball before wedging itself between a rusted green metal canister that bore a red flammable symbol and a small metal box with a steel latch. On top of the metal box lay a book jacket, turned upside-down. Kenneth turned it over, only to find more of the weird writing he could not hope to read. On an interior flap of the book jacket was a picture of a serious-looking man with a long, uncombed white beard. Kenneth almost laughed at how absurd the man looked compared with his stern expression. He put the jacket down where he'd found it and followed Muhammed around the side of the building to the front door. The door lay open, held in place by a thumb of rubber nudged under the bottom. Kenneth strode in first, not sure what he would see. He pulled back a translucent white curtain that separated a reception area from what lay further beyond. For a moment he thought he might see a group of people kneeling on the ground, chanting their devotions. He hadn't expected to see blood smeared all over the walls.
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