cults -- fiction

The Last Sanctuary

By Craig Holden

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"When a killing is falsely blamed on Joe Curtis, a Gulf War veteran living on the edge of society, he hides in a dark underworld of armed militias and terrorist cults, running from the cops, federal agents, and from his own tortured soul. In a cat-and-mouse chase across soaring mountains and vast glaciers of Alaska, the complex relationship between the fugitive and his nemesis, a female Native American ATF agent, is rendered unpredictably and superbly."
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The List of Seven

By Mark Frost

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Young Arthur Conan Doyle battles the wicked forces of the Dark Brotherhood to defend the Crown. He is aided by Queen Victoria's best agent, Jack Sparks, a man of keen wit who bears a great resemblance to Doyle's later creation, Sherlock Holmes. Demons, zombies, and the Dweller on the Threshold make this a more pungently purple mystery than many in Victoriana.
From the co-creator of the television series, Twin Peaks. The story is continued in The Six Messiahs.

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