Friday, December 7, 2012

The Scourge by OJ Connell

The Scourge (The Case Files of Edgar Sullivan #4)

The veil that divides the worlds of the living and the dead - a fixture which has largely shielded mankind from the supernatural throughout history - has been known occasionally to diminish. Due to such fluctuations, human beings are sometimes accosted by phantoms and other curious sorts from the shadows... The line separating the natural from the supernatural is becoming blurred in the fourth installment of the Edgar Sullivan paranormal mystery series! When Edgar Sullivan finds one of his clients dead and covered in strange, black cockroaches, he decides to consult a local exterminator. Rudolph, the exterminator, fills him in on something: These roaches have been seen elsewhere-- and they've killed before. Eager to avoid more deaths, Sullivan collaborates with the exterminator and tracks down the plague of roaches as they prepare to swarm their next victim. Can Sullivan overcome his fear and put a stop to the scourge of insects, or will he be forced to let nature run its course? And, is it truly mother nature who's driving the insects to kill, or is it the work of something more sinister?      

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