It’s 1948, and World War II has ended. But the social structure of apartheid supported by state law remains intact in the small southern port of Georgetown, South Carolina. The cord connecting Georgetown’s residents, many of whom have grandparents who were subjected to slavery, is tenuous at best.
When two of Georgetown’s white women are brutally raped and murdered, residents become both incensed and frightened. With race relations already strained, the heinous crime incites a lynch mob, which attempts to hang an African-American veteran. His only remote connection to the crime is a facial scar he received while serving his country in the War. Racial prejudice overshadows both the evidence and humane sensibilities, but the sheriff intervenes before the mob can deliver their brand of justice.
The governor activates the state militia when the Ku Klux Klan challenges the legal system. As the murder case goes forward, residents representing the broad spectrum of the social, political, and racial hierarchy emerge to defend their causes. As the next generation takes the helm following this crisis, the foundations of an unjust social order begin to crumble.
Few know of the ancient rumors concerning an original manuscript of the Book of Revelation. The powers on earth struggle to possess it in order to pursue their own objectives to the detriment of their enemies. They secretly watch as Professor William “Bill” Weston excavates the tomb of John the Apostle.
Bill’s fiancee, Rachael Goldstein, who is the director of a trust dedicated to proving the accuracy of the Bible, is stalked by a satanic cult and flees to join Bill at the excavation site. The cult looks forward to Armageddon. They hope a nuclear confrontration in the Middle East will gather the kingdoms of earth to Meggido. While Iran schemes to bring a return of the Persian Empire, an African-American President prepares his country to meet the forces that threaten Western Civilization. At the same time, evil ones conspire to remove his steady hand.
The Mullahs is a book of political intrigue; a thrilling, biblical power struggle that could very well spell disaster for the world as we know it!
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The Serpent’s Seed
The world is moving toward a clash between the forces of good and evil. An Archaeologist, Bill Weston, pursuing leads that will verify the accuracy of Genesis’ account of man’s origin, is drawn into a whirlpool of murder and international intrigue. Weston and his assistant, Rachael, discover a map in an ancient library that reveals the location of Enoch. This was the first city built by Cain in the Land of Nod. The site is near a secret nuclear facility in Iran. Weston obtains financial assistance from Henley, a dealer in antiquities. He is unaware that Henley is a member of The Society. This organization is composed of the descendants of Cain, whose birth was the result of a sexual union between Eve and the Devil. The Society has a hierarchy that ranges from the Drones, a species that has all the attributes of man except a soul, to the Cai’sh, the direct descendants of Cain. The Society forms an alliance with Islamic terrorists. Unlike other, The Society looks forward to Armageddon. Their bible,The Sacred Book, discloses events that must occur before the devil can return to earth. A trail of murder follows Weston and Rachael as assassins try to destroy evidence that might lead the world to discover the existence of The Society. A New York detective’s investigation into the murders leads him to the Middle East where he discovers that there is more fact then myth to ancient stories. When the Pentagon discovers that Weston is going to Iran, they recruit him for espionage. The objective is the destruction of a nuclear facility. The attack on the facility brings down the wrath of the United Nations. Criminal charges are filed in the World Court at the Hague against the American President.
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