Angel City (The Angelus Trilogy, Book 2) by Jon Steele

By Jon Steele

It’s been nearly 3 years when you consider that we left Detective Jay Harper and expensive escort Katherine Taylor at the esplanade of Lausanne Cathedral, bruised and battered from a biblical showdown with the Nephilim. Katherine has retreated to small-town lifestyles within the woods of Washington country together with her son, Max—and an in depth security element of heavily-armed, elite participants of the Swiss defend. Harper resides in Paris, haunted by way of voices in his head and bone-tired after what seems to be and a part million years on Earth.

even though Katherine and Harper were avoided from remembering one another , child Max has unwittingly stirred the curiosity of vengeful spirits—and just a around the globe (and cosmic) attempt to save lots of his lifestyles will deliver Harper and Katherine jointly again.
in the meantime, from the shadows steps a defrocked priest named Astruc, whose face seems like it's been clawed by means of a few negative beast and who hides his eyes in the back of blue lenses. He and his tremendous younger ward, Goose, have found anything unfathomable within the Catacombs lower than Paris, anything that would ascertain that “the time of the prophecy” is at hand. . . .

Electrifying from its explosive first scene to its unforeseen and stunning end, Angel City reunites the unforgettable characters from The Watchers to display extra of the earthly—and otherworldy—mysteries of the Angelus trilogy.

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The Deputy Commissioner stuck his little finger in his ear. “All right,” he said. “And you, go and see what you can get out of the neighbours, especially whether they saw an old, yellow American car hanging around,” he told Villalta. He went over to the Nissan, picked up the radio and asked to speak to the chief of forensics. He told him he wanted the results of the tests to see if the snakes involved in the incident at the shopping mall were the same as those who’d attacked this unfortunate maid, and he wanted them now.

Letters sent by Mrs. Aurora Pineda to Don Jacinto Bustillo, both deceased, incidentally. I wanted to know if you were interested . ” His face changed. Without a word, he grabbed me by the lapels and hauled me over to the table where the others were drinking. They jumped up and took out their guns. ” He screamed, enraged. They picked me up by the arms and started beating me. ” he shouted in 37 between kicks and punches. They dropped me on the floor, beaten but still conscious. Raúl grabbed my hair, dragged me over to the door and kicked me out onto the street.

That was hard for her to believe. He’d seemed like such a nice, decent person, though he rarely came to the pharmacy. Had she ever seen him again? Never. She had no idea where he was; he was a taboo subject at the pharmacy. Once she heard that he’d become a drunken bum and was living in the slums. She hadn’t seen the yellow Chevrolet and she didn’t know of Bustillo having any connection with snakes, either. The Deputy Commissioner went outside. “Thirty-two dead, boss,” Villalta said. ” Plus the four from the Plaza Morena mall and the two women, all in less than four hours, thought Handal.

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