San Antonio (PRWEB) November 14, 2012
In Gods Amongst Men, author John Venom tells a dark and suspenseful tale of an FBI pursuit of a serial killer that takes on a supernatural shade when the case uncovers demonic possessions and apocalyptic prophecies. In Venom’s work, the investigators’ faith in God, and their dedication to justice are tested when they encounter things beyond the grasp of mortal man, and confront inhuman horrors that are not of this world.
The story begins with Special Agent Gonzales being told that the Monster, a serial killer of children, and one of his first and most famous captures to date, has awoken after a 20-year coma. Gonzales is teamed up with Joseph, a rookie police officer from San Antonio, who is drawn to the Monster by a force he has never felt before, speaking to him in his reoccurring nightmares. They both go to Dallas to question the Monster, but they find another murderer waiting for them there, and Hell follows with him. The two men realize that they are in the middle of something far greater, and far more horrific, than they have ever imagined. They discover a murderous struggle between angels and demons taking place in the midst of mankind, and only they can stop the apocalypse from breaking loose.
In this gripping tale, Venom seamlessly blends the crime genre with supernatural horror and suspense, and throws in hints of Biblical Armageddon for good measure. Readers looking for a thrilling story of men faced with nightmares turned real will definitely enjoy the apocalyptic pages of Gods Amongst Men.
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About the Author
John Venom has lived his whole life in San Antonio, and has been writing for over 15 years. He was a police officer in the Air Force for four years and has been in the security and investigation business for over 10 years. He is a father of two, and a step father of two, amazing children. He is a grandfather and a storyteller.
Gods Amongst Men * by John Venom
Publication Date: September 12, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 217 pages; 978-1-4797-1093-5
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