One Shoe and the Golden Medallion (Google eBook)

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iUniverse, Nov 16, 2012 - Fiction
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Terror strikes the world as a series of identical murders rock the globe. In each case, two people are involved. The first victim is found murdered with a bloodless hole puncturing a tattoo image of an ancient sandal. The second victim ends up missing, with nothing but a single shoe left behind. Obviously, authorities are stumped.

It all comes back to altruistic billionaire Henry Wainwright, who wishes to use his wealth and knowledge to improve the world. To do so, he has deployed an army of divinely possessed Virtue Warriors. He has founded the Society for Human Virtues, intended to erase the world of ignorance and self- destruction, one dead body at a time. But what really happens to each victim?

In the center of this mess is Frenchman Maury Levet, employed by Wainwright for purposes as yet unknown. As time passes, Levet's suspicions increase. He notices Wainwright wears a golden medallion, and something about the piece of jewelry makes Levet uncomfortable. He doesn't trust Wainwright-which is why he is dismissed.

When Wainwright goes missing, however, Levet experiences a supernatural transformation that brings great power. Now, Levet might fulfi ll the ultimate destiny of Wainwright's Society ... or he might disappear, too, leaving nothing behind but a shoe.

  

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Contents

1 My Dear Olivia You Are Very Special
1
2 Its Truth or Consequences
12
3 The Sandal Tattoo Was Intact
26
4 Trial and Error
34
5 Click
40
6 A Disappointing Symposium
51
7 It Becomes Your Destiny
58
8 That Miracle
70
13 The Organization Changed after a Miracle
162
14 Maurys Transformation
187
15 Maurices Palm
201
16 Miraculous Opportunity for All Haitian Children
211
17 Was It Gods Plan?
216
18 Nowhere on Earth Was Evil So Present
221
19 Would Haiti Be Saved?
227
20 Haiti Was Waiting
229

9 Samuel Morris Riley
89
10 The Stateroom Began to Roll
107
11 We Want You to Become a Virtue Agent
125
12 Human Organisms Are Products of Their Environment
138
21 The Virtue Agents Huddled with Black Capes
236
Epilogue An Attitude of Gratitude
242
A Brief Conversation with the Author Russel Frederick Ahrens
245
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