Spellcaster

Spellcaster BLOOD REVELSNew Orleans A hideous terror threatens this years Mardi Gras festivities From the shadowy gloom of the French Quarter a pair of cold malevolent eyes stare out at the gathering masses wit

  • Title: Spellcaster
  • Author: John Edward Ames
  • ISBN: 9780821727324
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Paperback
  • BLOOD REVELSNew Orleans A hideous terror threatens this years Mardi Gras festivities From the shadowy gloom of the French Quarter, a pair of cold, malevolent eyes stare out at the gathering masses with blood chilling hatred A silent street performer his features hidden by a ghostly mask of white greasepaint waits eagerly.rilyr the coming of Fat Tuesday For iBLOOD REVELSNew Orleans A hideous terror threatens this years Mardi Gras festivities From the shadowy gloom of the French Quarter, a pair of cold, malevolent eyes stare out at the gathering masses with blood chilling hatred A silent street performer his features hidden by a ghostly mask of white greasepaint waits eagerly.rilyr the coming of Fat Tuesday For it is then that his unearthly powers will reach there terrifying peak the power to kill with a lookIn the dark domain of voodoo and horror, the emperor is king And as hordes of unsuspecting partiers line the parade routes, the super human fiend who makes nightmares real is planning revelries of his own a celebration of unspeakable evil that will wash the streets of New orleans in rivers of gore

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    1. Also writes as Judd ColeJohn Edward Ames has an MA in English and taught writing at the University of Northern Colorado and University of New Mexico before becoming a full time writer in 1987 His 56 novels include 45 westerns and western historicals The Unwritten Order 1995 was nominated for a Spur Award from the Western Writers of America He began his career at age 19 as a journalist in the U.S Marine Corps.

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