SOMETIMES, FICTION REVEALS THE UNSPEAKABLE Mysticism, science and current events converge in one woman’s journey as she peels back the layers of a monstrous deception whose tentacles reach across centuries and continents. Trina Langford is young, talented and tough; a has been never given a chance to be a somebody, who stumbles upon an ancient evil hungering to destroy both her body and soul. Forced to confront it, she must enter into a deadly game with two improbable allies, men with shadowy lives and secrets of their own. Fighting together against a diabolical cabal, the three come to the startling conclusion that their lives are inextricably entwined and bound by a mysterious destiny yet to be revealed. In order to save the future, they must delve into the past, but understanding soon leads the trio to some devastating questions. Are the disturbing changes affecting Earth merely harbingers of a worse holocaust? And if so, did their faceless enemies kill with impunity to hide its impending arrival?
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Emerging Author Challenges Hollywood Stereotypes in Controversial Supernatural Thriller
G. K. Fotou, wields a two-edged sword in a classic adventure yarn brimming with conspiracy, murder and mayhem. The Moths Of The Crooked Flame ($15.99 Quo Vadis Press), the first book of The Magnum Opus Trilogy, follows the plight of Trina Langford, a beautiful, down-on-her-luck singer/songwriter who gets more than she bargained for when she puts her career in the hands of a famed music producer with ties to a demonic cult. Joined along the way by two men with secrets of their own, the three soon find themselves circling the globe to unravel the mystery held by a chosen few for thousands of years―before it threatens mankind's survival.
G. K. FOTOU'S background in award-winning marketing, public relations and freelance journalism eventually led to a career as a writer of suspense, her favorite type of fiction. She lives in the Seattle area with her family, where she is busy completing the sequels to The Magnum Opus trilogy.
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Book Description Qvo Vadis Press, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110986243809