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   Into the Maelstrom, by Gavin Murtagh  
 
  Novel, first publication in December 2008
 
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      Matthew had lived a long life in the Deep South with racism rife and the KKK ruling the Southern States, like the civil war had never been fought at all. Matthew was poor and black but he had a rare gift of communicating with the spirit world. When he foresees a disturbing plot involving the family of two war heroes, Aleksei Rudikov and Samuel Johnson, enemies of the State, he unwittingly becomes embroiled in a lethal mind field of unholy power that stretches across three continents, and takes in a disturbing backdrop of dark players from the CIA and Vatican, to Russian agents, Mafia and the East German Stasi. In this taut and spine tingling chiller, the only way to safety is to go into the maelstrom, and risk everything to face evil in a spectacular and deadly showdown. Book Excerpt. "...The girl screamed as the cathedral bells tolled louder and louder until they drowned out the pathetic whimpering and wailing. Her mouth was still wide open in protest but no sound could be heard. Her eyes wide in terror as her face, a mask, shocked white with grief and contorted with pain. She suddenly stopped screaming and looked down. Then she toppled and fell a long drop, a long way down to an unforgiving, cold and lonely, stony grave..."

     
     
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