The Defilers Deborah Gyapong

ISBN: 9781897186022

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335 pages


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The Defilers  by  Deborah Gyapong

The Defilers by Deborah Gyapong
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The novel is a fast-paced intense drama written in the genre of Frank Peretti and Dennis Lehane. The author, Deborah Waters Gyapong, is a professional writer with a journalism career that spans more than 20 years. In this story she applies all herMoreThe novel is a fast-paced intense drama written in the genre of Frank Peretti and Dennis Lehane. The author, Deborah Waters Gyapong, is a professional writer with a journalism career that spans more than 20 years.

In this story she applies all her skills to give us a twisting, suspenseful thriller, with great insight into the complexity and sinfulness of human nature and of the supernatural power of an all-good God.The story centres around Linda Donner, a Boston native, who travels north to rural Nova Scotia and takes a post as a policewoman with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in hopes of finding peace and balance in her life.

Instead of a slower pace, things heat up as she becomes preoccupied with a controversial pastor she suspects is guilty of arson, murder and child abuse. She breaks into a church and finds the suspected pastor exorcising demons from a child. She believes she has caught him in the abuse act, but suddenly finds her own self powerless as she spirals into what appears to be a nervous breakdown. As she realizes she is fighting supernatural forces, she decides she must find Gods help-a God she had stopped believing in after a priest seduced her when she was a teenager. The only person who seems able to help is her chief suspect, the pastor.



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