Satan's Messiah

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iUniverse, Nov 1, 2000 - Fiction - 168 pages
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He gave his life to stop a killer and now he must return to finish the job. After FBI Special Agent Jack Schwartzman is brutally slain subduing a serial killer, he is turned away from heaven’s gates and sent back with a mission. Jack, unsure and scared, must confront and vanquish killer John Taylor a second time. Taylor, gunned down after murdering Schwartzman, finds himself miraculously transformed into an all powerful killing machine, more deadly than when alive. In an otherwordly game of cat and mouse, Jack struggles to make sense of both his own death and resurrection at the same time that he desperately tries to stop the carnage that John Taylor leaves behind while effortlessly making his way through the land of the living.

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Silverman, an insurance law attorney, is a former New York City prosecutor and New York State legislative counsel.

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