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Satan's Angel [Kindle Edition]

Larry Holcombe
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Book Description

Tragedy struck sixteen-year-old Pam Jarvis when the innocent young girl was raped by her brutal father. In a drunken rage, the billionaire industrialist had strangled her mother to death before turning on his daughter. Fleeing the rape and murder, Pam's father moved to the East Coast, leaving her the house, money, servants - and pregnant. For the next sixteen years, the young girl lived a life of seclusion in their Honolulu mansion, raising her mentally challenged daughter and fighting the demons of her past. When her father is killed in an attempt to assassinate the President of the United States, Pam inherits his fortune and his twenty-one high tech businesses.

Now 32 years old, the beautiful young woman and her daughter are staying in a Virginia resort while attorneys sort out her business interests. By chance, Pam meets Matt Laveau, the son of flamboyant TV Evangelist Luther Laveau. There is instant chemistry, and within a few short months the couple is married at the Laveau family's Texas ranch.

The joy of Pam's new life, however, is soon threatened when sinister officials running one of Jarvis' businesses - which is involved in black government projects - finds the removal of Pam from the business to be in their best interest. Using New Orleans mob boss Sonny Balboa, these men attempt to have Pam and her family murdered. Unbeknownst to Pam, though, working behind the scenes is a shadowy figure known as The Swimmer, a paid assassin - and the only person who can prevent the murders.

The action races from the Great River Resort on Virginia's Northern Neck to the South Texas Planes, and across the Pacific to Honolulu and Oahu.As a killer tries to stop the murder of this young girl, her husband, and her remarkable daughter, he avenges the murder of a man with whom he once shared the secret of his own life...

Product Details

  • File Size: 503 KB
  • Print Length: 399 pages
  • Publisher: Enigma (Pulse) (October 1, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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4.0 out of 5 stars great follow up book. September 14, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Nothing like conspiracy's, government cover-ups and a dash of UFO's to keep me reading. I look forward to the third book in this trilogy.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Maybe Baby December 31, 2012
By Stan R.
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
First let me state that the Larry,the author, is a golf buddy. That being said, I can honestly say I enjoyed the approach of "Satin's Angels." That is, other civilizations from the stars coming to visit us, and sharing their toys, either willingly or forced. That combined with our earthly creatures showing their greed and propencity for violence, and love, made for an interesting mixture. However, too many characters stressed out my ablity to recall who fit where! This was very true if I put down the book for a while to let's say play a round of golf (priorities,)or whatever. The quick of it is, Good Book, if you can handle the many, many characters.
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More About the Author

I was born on May 25, 1943, smack in the middle of WWII. My first eight years were spent with my family in a bungalow on Williamsburg Road in Sandston, VA, near the Richmond Army Air Base, a training base for P-47 pilots. My earliest memories are of life in a small town that was really a functioning part of the military, as many families in the community rented rooms to service men and their wives stationed at the air base. Post WWII was a simple and lovely time in Sandston; a Norman Rockwell small town of tree lined streets with white frame houses. A new car or someone getting a television created a wave of excitement, but it was also a time when great change was just beginning to occur. It is truly fascinating to look back as witnesses to the extraordinary changes that have taken place from that simple time to the present, and it is part of who I am today.

From the very beginning of my education reading and comprehending what I had read seemed to come easily and literature was always a passion. Unfortunately reading and comprehension proved to be one of my few early academic accomplishments. The simple truth is that if something didn't interest me I had little time for it, and that included much of what exasperated teachers were trying to pound into my head. After graduating from high school I had a brief stint in the Army before enrolling in the old Richmond Professional Institute (now Virginia Commonwealth University) majoring in journalism. Unfortunately my college career would be cut short at two years, as my financial situation made full time work a necessity.

For the next 40 years I worked in construction related sales and marketing. In 1979 I started my own manufactures rep agency that I ran until 1999 when I closed it to become the military sales manager for a Chicago based company. In 2006 I decided to take early retirement and fulfill my passion to write. My first novel, The Great River Disclosure was published by Brandylane Publishers in July, 2009. My second novel, Satan's Angel was sold to a small publishing house and was released in ebook format. Unfortunately legal issues between author and publisher make the future of this book uncertain at this time.

Both are thrillers with much of the action taking place around and on the Chesapeake Bay that I know so well. In addition, my extensive travel with military sales has given me an in-depth knowledge of many areas around our great and beautiful country. Hopefully this knowledge will allow me to develop accurate plot scenes from many areas expanding the depth of my plot and characters.

In the fall of 2013 a proposal for my first book of non-fiction was purchased through my agent by St. Martin's Press. The manuscript is now in the editing process and the book is due to be released March 17, 2015, in hardcover, eBook format, and as an audio book.

I have been married to the same lovely lady for 42 years. Alice and I, along with our two boys, moved from Richmond, Virginia, to the Northern Neck of Virginia in 1989. Our oldest son, daughter in-law, and six granddaughters and one grandson live in New Braunfels, Texas just north of San Antonio. Our youngest son, daughter in-law and grandson live in Reedville, VA.


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