VENTURA, CA (PRWEB) August 26, 2012
Jayme Alan Toomey, author of the grand slam horror fiction stories “Paging Dr. Kevorkian,” “Breakin’ Heads,” and Written in Stupid,” publishes another novel that will keep horror fiction fans at the edge of their seats. A Passin’ On is a blood-curling tale that obscures the borderline that delineates faith and delusion, reason and insanity, based on the queer life of a family headed by a self-proclaimed man of God.
Father Joseph Rueben Levi commands a powerful and wise appearance. He is a tall, trim, middle-aged, self-proclaimed preacher who claims to have God-given and rightful authority. Dressed in black with a shepherd’s staff, he looks like a god. Christian and his younger brother, Chester, lost their family at a young age. Father Joseph adopted both boys as his own sons immediately after they were left orphaned. He wastes no time instructing them with the ways of God and reads the bible to them regularly, feeling it is his prioritized obligation. Christian remembers nothing about his real family except for one thing: they were brutally murdered right before his eyes by no other than Father Joseph himself.
Told in a very gripping narrative, A Passin’ On will lead readers to a chain of violence, gore, disturbing preaching and shocking revelations. Readers will realize that sometimes, in the name of God and heaven, the thin line that divides morality and immorality can be blurred or erased altogether.
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About the Author
Jayme Alan Toomey is the author of Divine Inspiration, The Tag Along, A Passin' On, and Paging Dr. Kevorkian. A native of New England, he now resides in Ventura, California.
A Passin’ On * by Jayme Alan Toomey
Publication Date: April 16, 2012
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