A classic tale of love, redemption and revenge from the bestselling author of St Agnes Stand
Sister Ria made a promise on her mother's deathbed that she would care for her wayward father. And, when he is charged with the murder of a prostitute, she is called upon to act on her word. Reluctantly she returns to the town of her childhood, and to her father's home hoping to reconcile herself with her past and to prove his innocence.
But, with only eight days until his execution, she finds herself being hunted by a shadowy figure, a sinister person who has killed before and is capable of doing so again. She must draw on her faith and appeal to God to protect her and aid her in her quest for answers. Beautifully drawn and cleverly realised, `Souls of Angels' is a book to savour.
Thomas Eidson is Executive Vice President of a large communications firm in Boston. His grandparents lived in Oklahoma Territory, Kansas and Southern Colorado, and it was out of oral family histories and storytelling that his books grew. He is the author of four previous novels including the award-winning `St Agnes' Stand', which has been optioned by Steven Spielberg and Martin Scorsese. In 2004, Ron Howard made his novel `The Last Ride' into a feature film, `The Missing'. Thomas Eidson lives in Boston, Massachusetts.