Mortal Soul by Lon LaFlamme

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“Mortal Soul grabs your heart and never lets go.”
----Mystery Morgue Magazine

“A richly textured and timeless novel.”
----Charlotte Austin Review

“A superb story.”
----Patti Nunn, Writers Showcase Review

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Goblin shadows loom over a six-year-old boy restlessly waiting for parents who have vanished. Whispers of suicide or murder whirl around the abandoned child as he is passed from one relative to another.

Obsessed to unravel the mystery behind his parents’ disappearance, Gordon LeBeque escapes into an even darker world of New York’s Hell’s Kitchen and a series of adventures that sculpt him from a frightened boy to a haunted man.

Even his worst nightmares can’t prepare him for the truth behind the deadly secret relentlessly digging at his mortal soul.

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Mortal Soul

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Lon LaFlamme"

About Lon LaFlamme

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LaFlamme is a former AP wire service and daily newspaper reporter. He was CEO of one of the largest marketing communications companies in the western U.S., receiving numerous national advertising and public relations awards. LaFlamme has served as marketing professor at the nation's largest private university.
Published May 20, 2001 by iUniverse. 336 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance. Fiction

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