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The Salvation Mongers (Common Threads in the Life #3)

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A broken-hearted and enraged Kelly decides to pose as a recruit at Lion's Mouth Christian Ranch to discover why his beloved William committed suicide after experiencing a religious conversion. In the isolated high mountains of the desert, where there is no way out, Kelly soon discovers the awful truth. But can he resist the powerful brainwashing or survive long enough to t ...more
Paperback, 268 pages
Published July 1st 2000 by Writers Club Press (first published 2000)
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Nov 22, 2015 Neet rated it liked it
This is the third book in The Common Threads in the Life series and though it's written with good intentions,it's not the strongest book in the series.In this book we're introduced to a new character,Kelly O'Kelly.Kelly is on a mission,he is angered and distraught over the suicide of his boyfriend William.William had attended a fundamentalist Christian conversion program that promise to lead him to the path of heterosexuality,in other words,they would pray the gay out.Kelly heard the cries and f ...more
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A man goes undercover at an ex-gay retreat/boot camp to investigate when his former lover commits suicide after completing the program. He finds that things are even worse than it seems. A good read although slightly over-the-top with a very, very nasty villain.
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Ronald L. Donaghe was raised on a farm in southern New Mexico. The setting for many of his novels involves the desert and the mountains of New Mexico. He is a master at evoking the stark beauty and sheer majesty of such settings but also the unforgiving and harsh side.
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