In retrospect, it looks different now. Back then I didn’t know if there was such a thing as hell, and I hadn’t the faintest idea that there could be hell to pay for things done, or un-done.
From New York Times bestselling author Craig Parshall comes a riv-eting story of supernatural suspense.
One man’s epic struggle with the World, the Flesh, and the Devil . . . Trevor Black was a high-flying criminal defense lawyer in New York City with a trophy wife, a six-figure Aston Martin, and a winning record in court. But he was blind to how past decisions, including his youthful encounter with the supernatural, could haunt him. In a sudden turn of events, his marriage is shattered and his law practice is destroyed, bringing him to a crisis decision that carries with it a burdensome gift: the ability to detect the demonic underworld. And the dark forces that Trevor can see are gunning for him. When a hometown friend from his past is murdered, the MO is eerily similar to a trail of occult murders that have already crossed the lawyer’s path. Trevor returns home to find the killer and is forced to face his demons—both personal and supernatural.