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So, what if the Virgin Mary appeared? It’d bring tourists, their money, and bring the town back to life. What could go wrong? Then the dead body shows up. And then Virgil Flowers…
By the time Dr. Alex Delaware reached the school the damage was done: A sniper had opened fire on a crowded playground, but was gunned down before any were hurt.
When the council drops a dangerous criminal into their midst without a plan to keep him imprisoned and people around him start to die, Casey Duncan races to figure out who he is and who his accomplice is.
It’s a double suicide mission for Nevada Baylor: bring in a “boy” who can set anyone and anything on fire and resist a man with even more devastating powers.
It’s nature and nurture as events reveal the apprentice dealing out death all over the city, and Eve realizes how important choice is in life.
World War I battlefield nurse Bess Crawford goes to dangerous lengths to investigate a wounded soldier’s background—and uncover his true loyalties.