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Children of the Dark Reaper

The NHK Dorothy Squad 3: A Highland Possession

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Children of the Dark Reaper by Andrew McGregor
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Welcome to the City of Dragons...A historical and controversial decision from the early nineteen eighties voted a different way by Government...this is now a new and different Britain. A sprawling metropolis and beacon to global business stands defiantly in the far north, skyscrapers and dazzling lights rising from the dark waves and transforming the UK in the eyes of the world. But something was overlooked...unknown and beyond human comprehension as the bulldozers and excavators arrived. An unholy and ancient evil defeated in centuries past stirs, hundreds of years of silence and slumber broken...corruption is set free. Dark malignant forces are now surging across the Scottish Highlands, Demons and their masters complimented by werewolf-like creatures launching bolder attacks on the humans of New Hong Kong and surrounding areas. With Inverness International Airport overwhelmed, the police and army are now on full alert and have reinforced the villages around Loch Ness, introducing curfews and roadblocks in the Highland capital and New Hong Kong. The forces of evil are escalating, accumulating and growing their strength from human flesh, calling forth stronger demons and presences to their cause, a demon lord forming a summoning ritual upon retrieval of key relics. With rumours of demons from the dark waters around the islands snatching residents and people being 'converted' to evil, the city that was to be a beacon to the world of British enterprise is rapidly descending into anarchy as the beleaguered authorities struggle the gain leads. MI6 agents, Jin-Lee, Robert and Anthony Wang return in the third adventure of the series, an escalation of the darkest night as they struggle for clues and information. Having survived the situation at Loch Ness, a helicopter crash and coming face to face with demon masters, they realise there are a few contortions of evil that will help, a Halfling (Leo) and his own beast hunting the monstrosities and other crimes across the glittering city, the forces of good hunted in return. Midnight is passing with the night continuing into the deepest darkness and a vicious storm. Time is short...an overpowering possessing evil rising. The prize is the soul of man, eternal chaos and a potential portal to hell opening...the torture and twisting of life from what we know. The battle has just begun; a war is to follow. The world may never be the same again...the possessive scourge is hungry and spreading. Life is fragile. At any time our existences or world could change...and change dramatically. Most of us do not even consider, or are far too afraid to consider...that this hour may be the last of that perceived normality...that the darkest evil is watching. Children of the Dark Reaper is the third book in the NHK Dorothy Squad Series contuniung the rise of pure evil in the north of Scotland. The Investigator series now spans eight books from 1986 through to 1997 and many more are outlined.Please be advised that this book contains some quite graphic scenes. The author aims to provide a thoroughly enjoyable and imaginative reading experience at an affordable price for the reader. All three works from the author's World War 2 Series concentrating on the Battle for Stalingrad have achieved Best Seller status on Amazon in the UK and many more stories are outlined. Imagination is free...and to be cherished.
Release date NZ
December 29th, 2019
Imprint
Independently Published
Pages
362
Dimensions
152x229x19
ISBN-13
9781652657170
Product ID
32966627

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