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Trials of Eden - Flesh Trade (eBook)
|Trials of Eden - Flesh Trade|
Trials of Eden - Flesh Trade eBook Cover, written by Alexander Wilkinson
|Publication date||June 15, 2014|
|Followed by||Trials of Eden - Hunters Creed|
Trials of Eden - Flesh Trade is an eBook written by Alexander Wilkinson. It is the first work in the Mortis Chronicles series by this author. In this work the character Synclair is a Succubus.
- Title: Trials of Eden - Flesh Trade
- Author: Alexander Wilkinson
- Published By: Alexander Wilkinson
- Length: 166 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B00L1RLJJW
- Publishing Date: June 15, 2014
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When Earth is destroyed in a cataclysmic event known as ‘The Reckoning’, all remaining species relocate and begin to populate the planet Eden. The war that raged between humans and the supernatural on Earth continues, but the hierarchy has shifted.
Mortis is an ancient demon, a hunter of hunters, and he roams the ravaged landscape as a hired gun. With his latest mission completed, he heads to Spring Water to collect his bounty. Once there, Blood Moon–the top Ork military commander–asks Mortis to investigate the murder of a visiting dignitary in the nearby outpost Posideon. With a promised payout four times more than his going rate, Mortis accepts and begins the trek.
A loner, Mortis’ plans are suddenly altered when a succubus joins him and the pair head to Posideon together. His travel companion, Synclair, is as unpredictable and mysterious as the terrain, but they are inexplicably drawn to one another. Deep undercover in debauchery, Mortis and Synclair find themselves thrust into a realm of slavery where the flesh traders rule.
As Mortis peels back the layers of deceit in search of a killer, what he finds may prove fatal. Not only to himself, but to thousands of others, too.
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