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- DescriptionIf the state kills a worst-of-the-worst criminal, does he really die? Worst-of-the-worst criminal Les Paul is on death row awaiting execution. The chaplain is trying to stop the execution, and t because of a love for mankind. Mrs. Leslie Markum in nine months will give birth to the reincarnation of evil. Ms. Nicole Waters is nursing at the hospital where the infant, Les Paul, will be abandoned. Cassandra is yet divided between her mother and father. Patrolman Sikorsky is just doing his job and hoping to advance to detective. Riley Stokes, ex-military, will train the chaplain and Nicole to become private investigators. When Cassandra is born her mother will live long eugh to name her. On the same day her father will die in Afghanistan. Cassandra starts her life alone. In foster care she will fall through crack after crack, and body wants to adopt this darling girl child. Lacking love, she soon discovers her crying brings her thing. She stops crying. As she grows she does t come to love, anything, and does t come to trust...anyone. So, on October 18, this little girl will be born. Halfway across the country ather baby will be born on the same day, just ather child who will find love. Les Paul will find love because he is the reincarnation of a long string of evil killers, born with the memories of each prior life, t really intact memories but memories netheless, and they will serve him well in his next new life. Six months after his execution Les Paul is swimming in a warm pool of amniotic fluid. Through instinct his hands realize he wants more room. He uses his twin brother's own umbilical cord to strangle him, then pushes and kicks that useless presence toward that light at the end of the tunnel. The chaplain and Nicole join forces and train at a desert survival school. Their goal is to track down the newly-born Les Paul-w rampaging through foster home after foster home-and prove that this child, w nine-years-old, is truly the reincarnation of Les Paul, worst-of-the-worst criminal. Reviews: 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful 5.0 out of 5 stars The Light at the End of the Tunnel is enlightening and enthralling., February 22, 2012 By Rhonda Lytle (Liverpool, TX United States) This review is from: The Light at the End of the Tunnel (A Supernatural Thriller) (Kindle Edition) This book is engrossing. It's t what I would call a warm, fuzzy type of read, but rather a real glimpse into some of the major issues facing society such as the atrocities committed upon children, consequences of the death penalty, and the ever declining social conditions regarding families and relationships in general all wrapped up in some addicting fiction. The author, James W. Nelson, has an easy to read style that makes putting the book down difficult. His characters are rich, the storyline multi-layered, and the action moves at a good pace. One of the things I really enjoyed was that it was t predictable at all and there were surprises all the way up to the very end. I feel he has earned an all around five stars! **** 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful 5.0 out of 5 stars Un-put-downable, absolutely gripping!, February 10, 2012 By Sexy Eyes (Kingston, Jamaica) Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: The Light at the end of the Tunnel: One theory of reincarnation The most unique tale of the criminal mind. The story is scary but you don't want to stop reading it because you have to kw what happens. This book is thrilling and is wonderfully crafted. The author is definitely a mastermind at creating such stories and this is very believable. It has you wondering who the next Les Paul is or if he is right beside you!
- Author BiographyJames W. Nelson was born in a little farmhouse on the prairie in 1944. Some doctors made house calls back in those days. He remembers kerosene lamps, bathing in a large galvanized tub, and their phone number was a long ring followed by four short ones, and everybody else in the neighborhood could rubberneck. (Imagine that today!) James has been telling stories most of his life. Some of his first memories happened during recess in a one-room country schoolhouse. His little friends, eyes wide, would gather round and listen to his every hastily-imagined word. It was a beginning. Fascinated by the world beginning to open, he remembers listening to the teacher read to all twelve kids in the eight grades. He was living in that same house on the land originally homesteaded by his great grandfather, when a savage tornado hit in 1955 and destroyed everything. They rebuilt and his family remained until the early nineteen-seventies when diversified farming began changing to industrial agribusiness (not necessarily a good thing.) He spent four years in the US Navy, worked many jobs and finally has settled on a few acres exactly two and one half miles straight west of the original farmstead, ironically likely the very spot where the 1955 tornado first struck, which sometimes gives him a spooky feeling.
- Author(s)James W Nelson
- PublisherCreatespace Independent Publishing Platform
- Date of Publication01/02/2012
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectHorror & Ghost Stories
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintCreatespace Independent Publishing Platform
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight308 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine12 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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