• Fritz

Fritz

Fritz

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  • Author
    Rodney Wetzel
  • Publisher
    Archway Publishing
  • Publication date
    20 October 2017

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    Fritz

  • Author

    Rodney Wetzel

  • Date Published

    20 October 2017

  • Publisher

    Archway Publishing

  • Pages

    278 pages

  • ISBN

    9781480853102

Book Description

It is 1987 in the college town of Parksville. Professor Phillip Parker is doing his best to muddle through what has become a very mundane life. But as he dismisses his class for another day, Parker has no idea that his childhood friend and local police captain, Kip Gillmore, is witnessing a scene unlike anything he has ever seen in his fifteen years in law enforcement.

Two high school students have sadly become victims of a satanic sacrifice inside the gates of the Parksville cemetery. Soon, Gillmore and Parker decide to partner to investigate the crime and confront an evil entity that has made its home in Parksville. With help from a priest and a studentboth connected to the town through long heritagethey work to banish the evil. But as voices urge a psychopath to continue killing, the men realize that Parkvilles past may hide too many dark secrets. While the body count and danger continue to grow, Parker and Gillmore cannot help but wonder if they are too late to stop an evil one with an unrelenting need to feed.

In this terrifying tale of horror, a police captain and college professor work together to eliminate an evil presence from their town before it murders more innocent victims.

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