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Southern Cross

Erin Solomon Pentalogy, Book 3
By: Jen Blood
Series: Erin Solomon Pentalogy, Book 3
Length: 9 hrs and 15 mins
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Apocalyptic danger, epic romance, and a heart-stopping plot that will keep you listening deep into the night.

Reporters Daniel "Diggs" Diggins and Erin Solomon travel to Kentucky to look into the bizarre ritual murder of one of Diggs' oldest friends. But that single death is hardly the only bizarre occurrence in Justice: soon, power outages, explosions, standoffs, and conspiracy rock the small town, and fundamentalist preacher Jesup T. Barnel claims he knows the reason for the madness: the end times are upon them, and judgment comes fast and furious as the clock winds down in this occult thriller.

©2013 Jen Blood (P)2016 Jen Blood

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  • Annie Schneider
  • 22-08-2017

Getting old

Parts of the book were very good, but it just dragged along. I'd like to know what happens in this series, but don't want to invest the time in two more books of filler.

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  • Miguel Wilder
  • 16-09-2016

Best one yet.

I like the fact that Solomon was a lot more refined however she kept her intensity I like the fact that Diggs's life was shown on a more personal level I like the growth of both characters the action the acting and the storyline especially the way the plot tied in with the first two books well done