Israel establishes herself in the land of promise, in spite of Lucifer’s unholy efforts. A satanic shift in strategy occurs as Lucifer forsakes the simple elimination of one family that might carry the Seed. Book 1 of The Chronicles of the Host Biblical fantasy series by D. Brian Shafer.
“The Cadre” claims to have Christâs body preserved and hidden in an ancient tomb. For journalist Art “Mac” Mackenzie, the scenario smacks of an alien agenda. He determines to unearth the truth at any cost. Book 2 in the Nephilim series, supernatural thriller for adult readers.
The prophetic clock is ticking. Lucifer and his army of “imps” search frantically for the prophetic “seed of the woman,” prophesied by God to rise up and crush the serpent’s head. Book 2 of The Chronicles of the Host Biblical fantasy series by D. Brian Shafer.
With a willing crew of equally ambitious angels, Lucifer creates a fifth-column of malcontents under the very throne of God. Hot on their heels, however, is a group of loyalists, led by Michael and Gabriel. Book 1 of The Chronicles of the Host Biblical fantasy series by D. Brian Shafer.
Skeptical but hot for a story, journalist Art âMacâ Mackenzie follows a lead to Israel, where he comes across the remains of a nephilim: an ancient biblical giant, sired by demons and born of human women. Book 1 of the Nephilim Series, supernatural thriller for adult readers.
Something’s gusting into Epsom, Minnesota. A Norwegian poet greets it with triumph. But Professor Carl Martell worries — because Martell cannot tell a lie, but he knows one when he hears it. Contemporary fantasy by Lars Walker.
Paul Meier and Robert L. Wise provide a glimpse behind the veil of time, into the eye of the storm to witness how angels and demons battle for people’s hearts and souls. End times fiction. Sequel/parallel novel to The Third Millennium.
Some say Brandon Martus has a mysterious ability to see into the future, to experience what scientists refer to as a âhigher dimension.â Others insist he is simply plagued by the accidental death of his little sister.
The writer, in a dream, finds himself in a bus which travels between Hell and Heaven. This is the starting point for an extraordinary meditation upon good and evil, God and sin, and the irreparable divide between Heaven and Hell.