Posted by: Jill Potts Jones | October 7, 2012

The bogeyman is coming


Dras Weldon, 22 years old and unemployed, might have grown up the son of a preacher, but you would hardly know it from his behavior and the bar he frequents.  Jeff Weldon, his brother, followed in his father’s footsteps and became a preacher.  He is serving as pastor of the Good Church of the Faithful, the same church his father, Jack Weldon, pastored.

The bogeyman has taken up residence in Greensboro.  The town of Greensboro has an evil secret.  “The Strange Man” by Greg Mitchell is the first installment of “The Coming Evil Trilogy”, and is about a man who discovers a secret so evil even his brother or his best friend, Rosalyn, won’t believe him.  As the Strange Man gets closer to Rosalyn, Dras must fight to save her.  He reaches out to his friends and family, but ultimately he is left to face the evil alone.  Will he survive? Or will evil win in this suspense-filled tale that will keep you on the edge of your seat?

If you enjoy Christian suspense/horror stories, you will love Greg Mitchell.  I fell in love with the characters as if they were real.  I loved how he made the town of Greensboro as much of a character in the story as Dras, Jeff, Rosalyn and Isabella.  I was glad to know I would get to meet them again soon in Book Two, “Enemies of the Cross”.

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