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Rage Of Spirits

Noel Hynd

ISBN 0786004703
Publish Date 1/1/1998
Format Paperback
Categories Pinnacle, Paranormal
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Can you see me?
Can you hear me?
Do you know where I am?
I am in your mind.
I am also right behind you...

What Is Your Worst Fear?

William Cochrane is haunted. Haunted by loss and grief and rage and pain. Haunted by the past he cannot alter. Haunted by premonitions of dread he can't explain.

Soon William Cochrane will have a very good reason to be afraid...as he discovers how far a man will go to fight the strange forces that threaten him—within and without.

The year is 2003. Suddenly, inexplicably, the President of the Untied States has lapsed into a life-threatening coma. For no reason at all. His vice president, a troubled man whose belief in a realm beyond our knowledge is absolute, dispatches William Cochrane, his press attaché, on a mission that will challenge everything Cochrane ever believed—or through he believed.

It is a journey that takes the veteran journalist from hidden Secret Service files to a New England psychic who holds the key to a horrifying thirty-year crime...from a family tormented by something they can't see or touch to a mind-bending terrorist who believes he possesses the power to change the course of history.

With national security threatened and the leadership of America hanging by a tenuous thread, Cochrane descends deeper into a shadowy world between truth and deception, reason and madness—between this life and the next. What he uncovers will set him on a collision course with his own past and future—and take him places no sane man would ever go.

I am still in your mind...aren't I?
That is because I am also real. Look at me...If you dare.

A book that dares to imagine what happens when a world driven by an unstoppable political machine clashes with powers beyond our ability to comprehend, Rage Of Spirit combines the gripping political suspense of the novels of Tom Clancy with the taut psychological terror of those of Dean Koontz. It is a masterpiece of hypnotic storytelling that goes beyond anything the author has ever done before. It is Noel Hynd at his page-turning best.

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