The Devil's Touch (The Devil Series, Book 3)

The Devil's Touch (The Devil Series, Book 3)

William W. Johnstone

Language: English

Pages: 159

ISBN: 0821714910

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

The town of Logandale is showing signs of the foul presence of the Prince of Darkness. Hollow-eyed, hungry corpses rise from unearthly tombs to gorge themselves on living flesh, spawning a new generation of restless Undead. Only Sam and Nydia Balon have faced the master before and know what must be done.

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the couch. Her nose wrinkled at the sudden and thick smell that seemed to permeate the den. In her sleep, the smell was scented, but the scent only covered the real odor of burning sulphur. In her drug-induced sleep, she thought she felt a hand lifting her gown. She thought it was Joe and she mumbled irritably. But the hand persisted. She felt its warmth—almost hot—on the bare flesh of her lower belly. Then the hand withdrew and for the first time in months, she was free of pain. She

red-rimmed eyes hot in the night. They feasted. Janet Sakall heard the car doors slam. Lying on the couch in the den, she smiled. Janet had no fear of Sunday. Very few in this coven did. Janet heard the storm door open. She hid her smile. All was ready in her dark world. For Sam Balon, a young man whose faith had been tested to the limits and had stood firm against the evil; a young man who had spoken with and fought alongside the mightiest of God's warriors ... his faith was again to be

there, Joe thought, meeting her eyes. That's pure hate. But why? That was the question that vexed the police officer. Vex, he thought. Rhymes with hex. He again went winging back in time, back to the mountains of his youth, to the superstitions of the older mountain people, sayings and feelings he could still recite and experience chapter and verse. Joe felt cold fear wash over him. He grew uncomfortable under her hot gaze. "Gotta go," Joe muttered. He felt a tingle in the small of his back as

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like a hurricane. He could not suppress the chuckle. "Leave me for a time; I will consider your request.' "I knew You would." And the heavens were silent. FIVE Sam cleared his head for a time—something cleared it—and drove past his house, intending to take Desiree in to meet Nydia. But his wife's car was still gone. For a reason the young man could not fathom, that irritated him, rubbed his ability to reason down to raw nerve ends. He ground his teeth together and silently swore. He was

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