ScottNicholson_McFall“If Evil had fortified secret strongholds across the globe, the red church was certainly one of them.”

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Award-winning author Scott Nicholson returns to the Blue Ridge Mountain legends and setting of his bestselling thrillers, The Red Church and Drummer Boy. 

When wealthy developer Larkin McFall moves to the small Appalachian Mountain community of Barkersville, generations-old tales of supernatural phenomena, sudden deaths, and odd disappearances resurface. Larkin laughs off the stories as superstition, while promising to bring a bright new future to the dying town.

Sheriff Frank Littlefield senses a diabolical motive in McFall’s good intentions. High school friends Bobby Eldreth and Ronnie Day also suspect that an evil menace has invaded Barkersville, but both soon fall under McFall’s spell. Has the sinister presence that once infiltrated the abandoned—perhaps haunted—red church spread to the community as McFall turns the family property into a luxurious subdivision?

When those who oppose Larkin McFall’s ambitions begin to die horrifically—or even worse, become the man’s biggest supporters—Sheriff Littlefield’s investigation uncovers a man with no past and no fingerprints.

A man who destroys people by giving them exactly what they want.

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  1. Ronald Perino
    Posted December 3, 2016 at 6:33 pm | Permalink

    I thoroughly enjoyed the little drummer boy and the red church. When Amazon offered me the opportunity to explore Mcfall i accepted without realizing the connection; having read the previous many books ago. OMG you have spun a web of intrigue, mystery and explored the endless battle of good and evil by continuing past storylines and welcomed characterizations. Please take the time to continue “the game within the game” soas to enlighten me as to the ultimate fates of Ronnie Day and Larkin Mcfall.
    Thanks for the effort!!
    Ron Perino

    • admin
      Posted March 2, 2017 at 7:06 pm | Permalink

      Thanks for the kind words, Ronald!

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