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  • 04/2015
  • 9781505206999
  • 342 pages
  • $14.50
Son of Caleb: Lottery Book 2

The diabolical gripping psychological thriller series continues when
 the sins of the father have been laid upon the son.
 
"When it comes to thrillers, Lottery is as good as it gets."
 
Five years ago Caleb O'Toole staged his own death and now he's back to reclaim the family he left behind. 
 
But when he finds that his family has moved on without him the paranoia becomes stronger and the voices only Caleb can hear more powerful. 
 
After Caleb finds that six-year-old son Sammy shows signs of inheriting the insidious psychosis Caleb has fought all his life, there's only one thing he can do to help his son.
 
When Detective Maria Alvaraz spots the man on the streets of San Francisco who got away with murder years ago, once again, her obsession to bring O'Toole to justice occupies her every thought. 
 
With the malicious voices only Caleb can hear in charge, God help anyone who stands in his way.
 
What reviewers are saying:
 
"Wow! What a series. An incredible sweeping story that spans over three decades and four generations. I could not get the next book fast enough."
 
"Shursen's books are amazing! I just finished Son of Caleb and it was outstanding. It was a book that I couldn't put down as I would tell myself....just one more chapter. Suspenseful, intriguing, & fascinating."
 
"I could hardly wait to see what was going to happen next and it was incredibly hard to put it down. I can't wait for the next book in the trilogy to find out what happens next."
 
"I started reading this last night and woke up early this morning and didn't move till I had finished it! Excellent book - wonderfully written."

 
"A complex tale of horror with a shared evil thread from father to son that never breaks."
 
"This second of the Lottery trilogy provides even more thrills than the first book, and left me panting for the third book."

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Paperback Book Details
  • 04/2015
  • 9781505206999
  • 342 pages
  • $14.50

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