This is a newly completed, unpublished novel seeking an agent or publisher. It has been edited and contains about 70,000 words.
writings of C. S. Lewis are much beloved by most American Evangelicals.
Yet a vocal minority of fundamentalists see him as a great danger. This
story deals with a violent strife between these two groups, described
in the presentation below.
This novel aspires to be a literary
work but could be as seen as a parody of a template thriller. One might
call its farcical extremes "apocalyptic hyperbole". It includes action
and romance, conversation, literary criticism, and descriptions of the
Evangelical experience today.Enjoy the following presentation
Shannon Dillon uncovers a secret document in an obscure attic. Her
grandfather recognizes it as a manuscript written by C. S. Lewis, the
great Christian writer. Oddly, the binder is covered with Occult
symbols. Startled, the grandfather calls university experts who promise
to retrieve the papers the next day. The word leaks out, and, within
hours, armed bandits burst into the house to steal the documents.
Things turn sour when an intruder shoots and kills her grandfather and
younger brother. Shannon flees to the cellar and escapes through a
window. The killer and his band take off with the manuscript. Shannon
vows revenge.Read More...