- Title: Sacrilege
- Author: Barbara Avon
- Genre: Literature, Fiction, Short Reads, Psychological
- Length: 99 pages
- Publication Date: October 26, 2020
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Sacrilege – Synopsis
“The monster isn’t beneath the bed. It is in the mirror swallowing at all the vile things it wants to say, choking on bile to make them go away.”
Wayward priest Cris Corelli rids himself of the sacred collar and leaves town, boarding the midnight train with no destination in mind. Satan is following him – lurking in the shadows.
Corelli finds himself at an unassuming boarding house run by beautiful, yet tortured, Jules. She has her own secrets. They are the kind that echo in the mind, despite the screams that are meant to drown them.
On Thanksgiving Day, 1985, Cris and Jules are bonded by a senseless act of violence that brings the small town to its knees.
They indulge in drugs and alcohol to numb the pain, and together, they teeter on the edge of darkness.
What they don’t yet know, is that Satan still lurks.
About the Author
I am a wife, sister, daughter, an aunt and a friend. I am a lover of words and a firm believer that if you “lose your dreams, you might lose your mind.” (The Rolling Stones)
Follow your dreams and your heart will be abundant with love. It really is that simple. God Bless and thank you from the bottom of my heart for following me on this incredible journey.
Barbara Avon is a multi-genre Author. She has written since she was young, pursuing her dreams and vowing to write for as long as she can. She has worked at several different media publications and will continue to publish novels until “her pen runs dry”. In 2018 she won FACES Magazine’s “Best of Ottawa” award for female Author and Spillwords “Author of the Month”. She believes in paying it forward and you can read about this belief as the theme is given voice in most of her books. Avon lives in Ontario, Canada with her husband, Danny, their tarantula, Betsy, and their houseplant, Romeo.