Crimson Falls (The Depravity Chronicles)

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Crimson Falls (The Depravity Chronicles)

Book title: Crimson Falls (The Depravity Chronicles)

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Author: Joshua Grove

Book Description:
Anna Blackwood never anticipated brutal murders and bizarre magic when she became sheriff. Crimson Falls is a cozy, tight-knit community located along the banks of the Black Bear River. Once home to the Objiwa tribes prior to American expansion, it continues to harbor primeval secrets and legends. Sheriff Blackwood has just been called to investigate the mysterious death of the town’s wealthiest and most reclusive resident, Alan Brickton. From the moment she arrives at the scene, strange clues and a mysterious chain of evidence challenge her understanding of human nature and the physical world around her. As the murders continue, she enlists a priest, a former FBI agent, and a professor of anthropology to assist her in cracking the case. What she could not have anticipated was her teenage son, Trevor, and his best friend Simon, would force themselves into the center of the drama. When the hunters become the hunted and the natural becomes the supernatural, only an alliance of faith, unflinching courage, and a knowlege of Native American wisdom can prevail. But will it be enough to save them? Crimson Falls is under seige and if the suspense doesn’t kill you, the Evil will…

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