• The Rose And The Serpent

The Rose And The Serpent

The Rose And The Serpent

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  • Author
    Ron Shafer
  • Publisher
    Westbow Press
  • Publication date
    25 September 2017

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    The Rose And The Serpent

  • Author

    Ron Shafer

  • Date Published

    25 September 2017

  • Publisher

    Westbow Press

  • Pages

    286 pages

  • ISBN

    9781512799576

Book Description

Readers, prepare to be captivated! (Dr. Nelson Price, Pastor Emeritus, Roswell Street Baptist Church, Marietta, Georgia)

You cant put this book down. (Corbin Wyant, Retired Publisher, Naples Daily News)

After a painful five-year separation, Jude and Cory joyfully reconcile but, as in earlier years, are pitted against the brilliant and evil Abe Badoane. More intelligent than Hannibal Lecter and even more scheming, Badoane plots again to destroy the lovers. Beleaguered by their own psychic devastation and past traumas, they battle both Abes chicanery and the carnal stoogeslike macho strongman Duke Manninghamwhom Abe manipulates to do his bidding. Though intelligent and spiritual, Jude and Cory face impossible odds, which they learn, through their fire-tested faith, can only be defeated sovereignly. Two sub-plots inform the fast-paced storyline: the events in Jude and Corys lives mirror the uncanny and recurring rose vision which wise Old Mary dreams across decades; and the characters and even the plotline events correlate to the great Shakespearean tragedy, Hamlet. That correspondence, hinted at in The Rose and the Serpent, becomes a full blown, point-by-point, remarkably intricate intermeshing by the novels sequel, The Pittsburgh Hamlet. No one stands a chance against Hannibal Lecter, but never has his equal, Abe Badoane, faced Spirit-filled lovers who, despite miserable failings and horror-filled adversity, wage epic battle in this highly dramatic, suspense-filled, gripping story of love. Who will win this titanic clash of good vs. evil?

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