OVERSHADOWED

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AuthorHouse, May 5, 2004 - Fiction - 144 pages
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From the beginning of time as we know it, mankind has battled the forces of evil. Some times winning, some times loosing. But always, being forced to contend with environmental factors of the unseen world that seemed to have the upper hand in most situations. In his first published book, Clyde Coleman gives a first-hand account of what it is like to come face to face with such an evil force it defies description.

The story is true. Names have been changed, but the places and events are real. The setting for Overshadowed is the beautiful Emerald Coast of West Florida, turned red with the blood of an innocent family, killed wantonly. The mission of the unseen forces behind the double murder, are exposed when they try to take the life of Buck Crane, the main character in the story. The battle is then escalated to the involvement of heavenly forces brought into play by prayers said long ago by a now deceased grand father and the present prayers of his son who unwittingly are key players in a struggle of life and death. At the end Buck learns how to win the battle of the ages.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
9
Chapter 3
13
Chapter 4
19
Chapter 5
27
Chapter 6
37
Chapter 7
43
Chapter 8
51
Chapter 12
83
Chapter 13
89
Chapter 14
93
Chapter 15
97
Chapter 16
105
Chapter 17
111
Chapter 18
119
Chapter 19
123

Chapter 9
55
Chapter 10
65
Chapter 11
79
About the Author
131
Back Cover
133
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