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Adrift in the Stream

By: Roland Yeomans
Narrated by: Al Peterson
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Publisher's Summary

A ship lost in the Bermuda Triangle.

Nearly half of its passengers the living dead or something even worse.

One Texas Ranger on a hunt for a mysterious killer now must protect the living against...

  • Revenants (the truth behind the myth of vampires),
  • Kali's nymphs (flesh-eating insects),
  • Kali herself,
  • The Amal (living shadows who drain men of their life force),
  • Coyote (Native American trickster and chaos bringer),
  • The Gahe (soul-drinking demons of Apache myth).

The last voyage of the Demeter is not a pleasure cruise. It is not even the stocked pond that the undead aboard believe it to be. It is the beginning of "The End of All Things."

Unless one cursed Texican can fight and win his own personal Alamo - even though winning it will cost him all he holds dear.

Come aboard the doomed Demeter and sail with her into the depths of madness in Adrift in the Time Stream.

©2011 Roland D. Yeomans (P)2015 Roland D. Yeomans

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