LAS VEGAS (PRWEB) February 15, 2018
“Ashes: A Quiet Armageddon”: one man’s quest to unravel the mysterious disappearance of four teenagers. “Ashes: A Quiet Armageddon” is the creation of published author, Delores Glass.
“The janitorial cubby where the boys were standing was away from any of the ovens or stoves. It was a utility cubby that was surrounded by sinks and ice machines. When the smoke cleared, there was no evidence of fire. No scorching to the cardboard storage boxes, smoke residue on the ceiling, or the unique odor of burnt flesh. The surroundings were pristine and intact? So how could these boys have been so thoroughly cremated on the spot?” --Delores Glass
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Delores Glass’s new book is an experience only a handful of people will ever know.
The human body is turned to ash when it is exposed to 1,100 degrees Fahrenheit for two to three hours in a sealed oven. When four boys working in the back of a restaurant kitchen are suddenly reduced to ashes, pyrotechnic expert Alan Stein must embark on a journey into the forensics of human nature. If there had been some kind of grease or electrical fire, the event might have been easier to explain, but there was no evidence of fire.
There was no scorching on the cardboard storage boxes, smoke residue on the ceiling, or unique odor of burnt flesh. The surroundings were pristine and intact. There was no explanation as to how four boys could be cremated in an instant. As similar cases began to appear around the globe, Alan cannot deny the authenticity of the science defying mystery. Racing against the clock, he must uncover the truth before a global problem becomes an international crisis.
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