Phoenix Entertainment and Development

Phoenix Entertainment and Development

Friday, June 6, 2014

Allen Renfro Blurbs

Welcome everyone to another big week on the Writer's Revolution. I am your host, the author of The Phoenix Blade, Andrew Hess. This week our guest is an amazingly talented author, Allen Renfro.

Today we're going to highlight some of Allen's recent books.

The phone rings.

Will is glad he didn't go straight to bed after his shift. The call is probably Derek. After a night of bar hopping he’s probably too drunk to drive and needs a ride home.

At such a late hour Reverend Wallace wonders which elderly member of his congregation has died.

Nearly asleep Laura knows she shouldn't answer the phone in the middle of the night, but it could be her husband who is out of town.

They are wrong.

In the wake of a senseless and horrific crime a city is torn apart and a nation is in shock. As investigators delve into the lives of the suspect and the victims they unravel an even darker mystery. A grieving community will struggle to deal with the consequences of the secrets that are revealed. Secrets that will leave no life untouched.

Forced to come out of the closet to prove his innocence in a brutal murder, Detective Derek Cooper is warned by the police chief not to get involved in the case. Consumed with guilt, Derek knows he must unravel the secrets of his own drunken actions on the night of the murder in order to help find the killer. When he is asked to work with the detectives on the case he must face his own personal demons that he has ignored for years. As they struggle to solve the bizarre murder, Derek realizes the pieces of the puzzle won't fit and a more sinister element could be involved. He then realizes something even more frightening: he could be falling in love…

The Morrelini saga continues. Adam desperately tries to save his family through the blood of the second life. While he seeks the knowledge and understanding of the journey of the dead he senses a sinister presence watching him. Fearful for his family and his village he unknowingly summons the aid of all who have been changed by the blood. As the surviving victims of Antony's horrific experiments converge on Kensington old scores will be settled and secrets they have kept hidden will be revealed. But their desire for revenge will be overshadowed by armies of men determined to capture or destroy the powerful beings for their own purposes. They must join together to protect those they love from power hungry kings and from the coming wrath of their creator.

Churches are burning. People are being slaughtered. The country is petrified by a rogue criminal known as Killer Ghost who posts videos online of his brutal crimes.  Danny, a young hustler, is rescued and befriended by a stranger. As if falling from the heavens the stranger he calls Blue Eyes is a dream come true offering Danny a chance to start a brand new life. Happiness is short lived when he realizes the stranger, tormented by horrific events in his past, could be the Killer Ghost determined to destroy everything and everyone in his way and avenge a past he did not deserve.

Adam O’Brien closed his eyes to go to sleep. When he woke four days later his world was gone. He was alone. His parents had disappeared. The gaping wound on his head and the scratches on his arms were the only testimony to a tragic horror. Waking in a room of luxury that seemed familiar he was greeted by Nicolas, a friendly stranger, who provided him a haven to rest and recuperate. It was not long before Adam realized something was very wrong and all that was held true was a lie. An unnatural presence lurked in the shadows, a force as strong as the devil. As Nicolas slowly offers Adam the answers he desperately seeks and reveals an unspeakable crime, Adam comes to understand that he is connected to a family cursed for thousands of years, born to bear a burden even they don’t understand. 


Make sure you check out Allen's books on Amazon

and of course your copy of The Phoenix Blade: Project Justice:

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