A Child for the Devil [Kindle Edition]
Book Description Publication Date: May 15, 2013 When Conrad Jones helps the police identify an occultist symbol carved into the chest of a murder victim, he attracts the attention of a Satanic cult who believe themselves to be human vampires. And they want desperately to silence him. Hunted by the cult and by the law, he has no choice but to become the hunter…
Editorial Reviews Book Description
Based on the Top 3 Kindle horror-thriller novella, ‘Nine Angels’, the whole terrifying truth is now told. About the Author
Conrad Jones is the bestselling kindle author of the Soft Target series (‘Soft Target’, ‘Tank’, ‘Jerusalem’, ‘18th Brigade’, ‘Blister’, ‘The Child Taker’, ‘Criminal Revenge’, ‘Criminally Insane’, ‘Nine Angels’, ‘Hunting Angels’, ‘An Angel Falls’), two biographies (‘Lapping it Up’ and ‘Undisputed’) and a series of authors’ marketing guides.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful 5.0 out of 5 stars is this a True Story? you decide 3 Jun 2013 By soultrader Format:Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase Malcolm Baines, a talented young reporter awakes to find himself strapped into a chair and taunted by a woman regarding his forthcoming story about their cult. he is investigating a sinister cult known as the 'nine angels' Containing sexual overtones this book gets right into the action from the prologues with a murder. Our hero then begins to tell the story and as a reader I began to wonder if this was a true story. very well written With amazing paradigm shifts for the reader this is a great book that takes you through twist and turns, highs and lows to a horrifying conclusion. his writing style similar to James Herbert and is a step out of his usual gritty thrillers. Very unusual deeply disturbing and scary. Very well crafted and surprised me that Conrad Jones wrote this as was expecting similar genre to soft target series. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful 5.0 out of 5 stars Great Old School Feel 13 Aug 2013 By Mr. G. Battle VINE VOICE Format:Paperback From the very first chapter there's a real old school feeling about this novel. Think of the great horror writers of latter part of the last century (Masterton, Saul, Herbert) and Jones' style would feel at home. From the first few pages there a great sense of wrongness, which later allows Jones to grow the menace so sought after by the better writers in the genre. There's an odd shift of perspective that somewhat breaks the fourth wall and this may upset the suspension of disbelief for some readers. It's a unique plot mechanic though and although it wasn't entirely necessary it didn't disrupt the actual story. After the initial and shocking chapter, the story settles down and slowly unfolds as secrets spill. There is potential to create a larger story, yet Jones keeps it tightly focused and grounded because of it. It also keeps its cards very close to its chest in regards to exactly which genre it falls in to, so read with an open mind and enjoy the misdirection. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful 5.0 out of 5 stars A thrilling story! 21 July 2013 By Mick S Format:Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase Conrad Jones' stories are always gripping and unput downable! Great characters with a good involved story line right to the end!
When Conrad Jones helps the police identify an occultist symbol carved into the chest of a murder victim, he attracts the attention of a Sat...