Wicked Justice: Book 3 From the St. Isidore Collection

By Rod Kackley

Horror, Paranormal, Crime & mystery, New adult fiction | Paperback, eBook


Tim's a demon who does what demons do when they are angry. He's after Heather, the girl who rejected him and worse. He wants justice. And while he's at it, Tim figures he might as well get some wicked justice from everyone who did him wrong in St. Isidore, and that is just about everyone. Heather will be faced with the question of whether she should run from her lover, Samantha into the arms of a demon. After all, there is something to be said for immortality. And, if she makes this bargain with the demon that is Tim, Heather might be able to save Sam's life. But what will she have to give up? Samantha could save Heather, but is she ready for the ultimate sacrifice? And what about Tim's brother John? He could have stopped this maniac long ago. Will he finally be able to do what should have been done? Wicked Justice: Book 3 From the St. Isidore Collection is a story of paranormal horror, and demonic possession from the demon's point of view. It is available wherever books are sold.


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Tim's a demon who does what demons do when they are angry. He's after Heather, the girl who rejected him and worse. He wants justice. And while he's at it, Tim figures he might as well get some wicked justice from everyone who did him wrong in St. Isidore, and that is just about everyone. Heather will be faced with the question of whether she should run from her lover, Samantha into the arms of a demon. After all, there is something to be said for immortality. And, if she makes this bargain with the demon that is Tim, Heather might be able to save Sam's life. But what will she have to give up? Samantha could save Heather, but is she ready for the ultimate sacrifice? And what about Tim's brother John? He could have stopped this maniac long ago. Will he finally be able to do what shou...


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Rod Kackley is an author and journalist living in Grand Rapids, Mich.USA who grew tired of clouding the issue with facts. His move into fiction, though, is based on true stories. Each of the stories in the St. Isidore Collection begins with the answers to two questions: What if? And, what could go wrong here?




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