Angel City by Jon Steele
(The Angelus Trilogy)

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If you read only one supernatural thriller with Albigensian overtones this year, this ought to be it.


Electrifying from its explosive first scene to its unexpected and shocking conclusion, Angel City revisits the unforgettable characters from The Watchers to reveal more of the earthly—and otherworldly—mysteries of the Angelus trilogy.

Katherine Taylor, ex-escort, and Jay Harper, private detective, no longer remember each other. They no longer remember the cosmic battle they fought against the Nephilim. In fact, the only memory of the events of their pasts takes the form of a child, Katherine’s infant son, Max, who has, unbeknown to anyone, stirred the interest of the same vengeful spirits.…

Meanwhile, from the shadows steps a defrocked priest named Astruc, whose face looks as if it has been clawed by some terrible beast and who hides his eyes behind blue lenses. He and his brilliant young ward have discovered something unfathomable in the catacombs under Paris—something that will confirm that “the time of the prophecy” is at hand.

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About Jon Steele

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JON STEELE worked as an award-winning cameraman for Independent Television News for more than twenty years, traveling and working through seventy-eight countries across six continents. His autobiography, War Junkie, was published in 2002, and is recognized as a cult classic about war reportage. In 2007, he lived for three months with an American combat unit in Iraq, filming their lives and recording their emotions for the heralded documentary, Baker Boys: Inside the Surge. Born in Great Falls, Montana, in 1950, Steele now lives with his wife and their cats, Zeus and Zorro, in Switzerland.
Published June 4, 2013 by Blue Rider Press. 529 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on May 18 2013

If you read only one supernatural thriller with Albigensian overtones this year, this ought to be it.

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