New Thriller by Mark A. King, Glena Jessee-King Depicts Beginning of End Times

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Terrorist plots lead to greater complications in ‘Seven Years of Insanity—the Beginning’

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An apocalyptic thriller, “Seven Years of Insanity—the Beginning” incorporates scriptural verses as well as elements from Judeo-Christian history.

A secular counselor and spiritually-cold Christian returns to active military duty to investigate a series of terrorist bombings in Florida, leading him to uncover events that may lead to the end times in Mark A. King and Glena Jessee-King’s new thriller, “Seven Years of Insanity—the Beginning” (published by WestBow Press, a division of Thomas Nelson & Zondervan).

When these terrorist bombings decimate three houses of worship in Palm Beach, Florida, Alexander leaves his civilian career and returns to the military to lead a rescue mission. Together with his rescue dogs – Martin and Luther – Alexander saves a Jewish youth and befriends the youth’s father, who - along with a mysterious chaplain - helps prepare Alexander for upcoming challenges.

In his investigation, Alexander discovers that a murderous order of Jesuits, led by the wicked and illusive Agent Smith, is bent on instilling its own radical religious and political beliefs in the United States. Alexander’s arduous task is to track down and stop Agent Smith, and the other American and foreign Jesuit members, before it is too late.

An apocalyptic thriller, “Seven Years of Insanity—the Beginning” incorporates scriptural verses as well as elements from Judeo-Christian history. Through their novel, the authors hope to show readers that redemption – regardless of circumstances - can be found through trust in God.

“Seven Years of Insanity—the Beginning”
By Mark A. King & Glena Jessee-King
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 246 pages | ISBN 9781490825175
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 246 pages | ISBN 9781490825168
E-Book | 246 pages | ISBN 9781490825151
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Authors    
Bishop Mark A. King, former senior pastor and counselor, is the founder and president of Second Chance Ministries. More information is available at http://www.scmrebuildinglives.org.

Glena Jessee-King is a minister, artist, poet and former playwright. She earned a Golden Poet Laureate for her 1987 poem, “Whispering Wind.”

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