Long ago, a violent war erupted between the Children of the Nephilim and the Pure of Heart.The Nephilim’s thirst for revenge rages through history as they slowly infiltrate global corporations, secret societies, and international politics. The goal:total domination.
Cordy McDermott isn’t your typical veterinarian-unless your veterinarian happens to be a black belt in karate. After rescuing an Egyptian princess from being sold as a sex slave, Cordy finds herself in the crosshairs of death, tangled in a harrowing battle dating to Biblical times.
Across the world, a young, brawny, archeologist stumbles upon an ancient relic at the Egyptian temple of Abu Simbel after a mysterious dream. On the run, Ash and Cordy team up in a thrilling race against time to keep balance from falling in favor of an enemy bent on vengeance and absolute control.
Targeted Age Group:: 18 to 60
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
A painting by Leonardo Da Vinci at the London Museum called the Virgin of the Rocks where an angel with no halo is named Uriel. I wanted to know why the angel didn’t have a halo.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
Ash is very similar to Indian Jones except he’s a virgin.
Cordy’s character demonstrates a strong woman in the face of danger. She loves animals and they love her.
Chief Saunhac, a Mi’kmaq medicine man plays the role of leader of the Pure of Heart and Cordy’s great grandfather.
Antar is inspired by the ancient book found at Qumran in the Dead Sea Scrolls if the Book of Enoch.
Ellen plays the part of an ambitious woman who would do anything to get to the top.
Dirtie Dottie, a mysterious woman looking for a good time all her life.
About the Author:
Carolyn Schield and Tom Vorbeck are a unique brother and sister team who decided to write a thrilling, adventurous, and mysterious trilogy. The Keys of Life is the first book of the trilogy, brought them together after they had drifted apart over the years.
Carolyn writes articles for alternative media and international magazines. Tom is an award winning artist. His work can be seen at the Holocaust Museum in Washington D.C.
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