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The Devil of Light by Gae-Lynn Woods
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May 31, 12

Read from January 09 to 12, 2012

Masterfully written, a tightly woven tale. "The Devil Of Light" treads where most stories dare not go. Detective Cass Elliot investigates a gruesome murder in her hometown. She finds a mysterious secret in a town that she once believed held no secrets. No one is safe in the small Texas town when a group of religious men seek to hold on to the power of ancient beliefs and cleanse the world around them. Desperate men grasp for power. Officials are blackmailed and punished. The Word is twisted. Demonic rituals emerge. The characters and setting of the story remain down-to-earth as the reader is plunged into a dark circle of strikingly graphic violence.

When I purchased this book, I mused at the unusual title. After reading "The Devil Of Light", the power of this tale and its haunting images live on. "The Devil Of Light" is an unforgettable read.
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