The Angel Hunter

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Archebooks Publishing, Jan 1, 2008 - Fiction - 340 pages
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When the chilling abduction of her infant twins leaves Victoria Hunter in shock, her memories in shambles, those around her believe she is suffering from post-partum psychosis. As she falls into a nightmare of grief and despair, an FBI agent is sure she is responsible for the disappearance of her sons and only her psychiatrist believes she is not delusional. As an ancient truth begins to unfold, the deeply guarded secret of her sons' destiny sends her into battle against the most terrifying adversary of all. The Angel Hunter is my kind of supernatural thriller-a complex heroine we can root for, a plot that's both intimate and epic, and the page-turning excitement of a pro. J. A. Leary is definitely a novelist to watch. Bruce McAllister Author of Dream Baby and The Girl Who Loved Animals J. A. Leary delivers an intriguing first novel. I was riveted from the first page of this mysterious tale. Michele Cozzens Author of A Line Between Friends and I'm Living Your Dream Life

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