Forced to flee an underground fortress in Abingdon, Virginia, William and his family, along with former CIA specialist, Cedric Tomlinson, and William’s immortal druid companion, Roderick Cooley, end up in the quirky spiritual town of Sedona, Arizona. For a short while, it appears they might finally have a moment to enjoy life without looking over their shoulders. But the purchase of a horse ranch brings only temporary happiness once Krontos demands William’s surrender of the Dragon Coin.
In the midst of this latest crisis, another blood coin resurfaces. Believed lost with the fall of the Third Reich, this coin was once legendary for miraculous events among prisoners at Stutthof and later Auschwitz concentration camps. For that reason alone, it is preferred by Krontos over the Dragon Coin. But the coin also is key to restoring a medieval shrine known as The Silver Trinity of Death.
The race is on to block Krontos from purchasing the Stutthof-Auschwitz Coin from the antiquities black market. If the shrine is restored to its previous state, nothing will stand in the way of Krontos’s grand designs—something he once enlisted the Nazis to help accomplish.
The atrocities of World War II serve as a reminder that unspeakable horror is never far away. And as such, the stakes have never been higher, or deadlier, for William and the gang as they travel to Germany, Poland, and finally Hungary to stop this latest madman from taking over the world.
Acclaim for the novels of Aiden James:
"The intense writing style of Aiden James kept my eyes glued to the story and the pages seemed to fly by at warp speed. ...Twists, turns, and surprises pop up at random times to keep the reader off balance. It all blends together to create one of the best stories I have read all year."
--Detra Fitch, Huntress Reviews for "The Devil's Paradise"
"Aiden James has written a deeply psychological, gripping tale that keeps the readers hooked from page one."
--Bookfinds review for "The Forgotten Eden"
"Not only is Aiden James a storyteller par excellence, but his material for his story is riveting."
--Huntress Reviews for "The Forgotten Eden"
"The hook to this excellent suspense thriller is the twists that will keep readers wondering what is going on as nothing is quite what it seems. Adding to the excitement is that the audience will wonder whether the terror is an evil supernatural creature or an amoral human...Aiden James provides a dark thriller that grips fans from the opening."
--Harriet Klausner for "The Forgotten Eden"
"Aiden James writing style flows very easily and I found that "Cades Cove" snowballed into a very gripping tale. Clearly the strengths in the piece were as the spirit's interaction became prevalent with the family... The Indian lore and ceremonies and the flashbacks to Allie Mae's (earthly) demise were very powerful. I think those aspects separated the work from what we've seen before in horror and ghost tales."
--Evelyn Klebert, author of "A Ghost of a Chance" and "Dragonflies"
"Aiden James has a keen eye for detail and an uncanny knack for scaring the hell out of me. We are watching a master at work. "The Raven Mocker" is a nearly perfect thriller. Ghost stories don't get any better than this."
--J.R. Rain, Bestselling author of the "Vampire for Hire" series
"As with the previous titles I have read by this author, I found the author's writing style to be silky smooth and the main plot line to be extremely creative. The fertile imagination of Aiden James definitely knows what today's readers want to see in their stories."
--Detra Fitch, Huntress Reviews for "The Vampires' Last Lover"