The Molech Prophecy   -     By: Thomas Phillips
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Whitaker House / 2008 / Paperback

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New Christian and former gang member Tommy Cucinelle thought he'd left his past behind. When a church is vandalized and the secretary disappears, his pastor asks that he dust off his old talent for finding people. His search leads to local Wiccans---and a disturbing prophecy. But then the woman's sister disappears and his quest becomes personal! Softcover, from Whitaker.

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Format: Paperback
Vendor: Whitaker House
Publication Date: 2008
ISBN-13: 9781603740555
Availability: Available to ship on or about 08/07/14.

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Former gang member Tommy Cucinelle thought he had left his old life behind when he became a Christian. That's why he's surprised when his pastor asks him to use his old "skills"???finding people who don't want to be found???to locate the church secretary after she mysteriously disappears and the church is vandalized. The police don't have any leads. Tommy's investigation brings him face-to-face with unpleasant memories from the past that threaten his new identity, but inner turmoil is soon the least of his worries. A local Wiccan church is at the heart of the mystery, and Tommy's search uncovers a startling prophecy about child sacrifice to the pagan god Molech. When the missing woman's sister???and Tommy's newfound romantic interest???disappears as well, the quest becomes personal.

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Author: Thomas Phillips
Located in: Rochester, NY
Submitted: August 11, 2008

    Tell us a little about yourself.  I work full time as an employment law paralegal. When I'm not working, I write, read, and play guitar. I sing, too. But you would never want to hear that :-)

    What was your motivation behind this project?  You might expect a simple answer. When I wrote secular fiction, you might have gotten a simple answer. In 1995, I began my professional writing career with the sale of my first short story. From there, I went on to sell more than 70 short stories and articles until in mid-2000, my first secular novel was published. By 2003, I had five mystery novels under my belt. And then in April, everything changed. I became a Christian. It wasn’t that anyone told me to stop writing, or to change the way I wrote. It was that I realized the books I’d written did nothing to honor God. With sex, bad language and graphic, senseless violence filling my pages, I knew I needed to take a break. It was bad timing for my then-publisher. My first hardcover had recently been released, and I decided not to do much to promote it. As a New Christian, I was confident that the works I’d written—as I said—did nothing to bring honor and glory to God. At that point, I quit writing, more or less. But, eventually, I got into writing weekly devotionals for my church’s e-newsletter. In late 2005, I began a journey into a deep, dark valley. I felt like God was testing me. As time went on, I realized, the valley only got deeper and darker. In the fall of 2006, I was inspired to write a new mystery novel. But this would be a Christian themed work. I believe that God allowed me to begin to work my way out of the valley through writing. Only this time, He wanted me to write books that glorified Him (and not just feed my own insatiable need for fame). At the time, the church I attended had just built a new church building, and twice the front was vandalized. Black, ugly spray paint covered the pecan bricks. Vulgar, hateful words and satanic symbols were everywhere. No one was ever caught. In short, lol, this is where The Molech Prophecy begins …

    What do you hope folks will gain from this project?  I really focused on one main theme while writing this novel. What I hope people take away from the story is this … Christians are people. Flawed. Real. Being a Christian does not mean your life is now on auto-pilot. In fact, the Bible promises a tougher road for those who proclaim Christ as their Savior. In a way, I show this to readers in The Molech Prophecy. (Non-Christians are always quick to point out mistakes Christians make, as if to say, ah-ha! Caught you! There is nothing to catch. We all make mistakes. I make them daily! That’s to be expected. No one, except Jesus, was or ever will be perfect. It’s that simple, yet, this is something that is often overlooked.

    How were you personally impacted by working on this project?  Like I said earlier, I was going through some seriously tough personal times. Getting back into writing has allowed me to heal some of the pain. And I truly believe this was God's timing -- that I start writing again, as a means of coping. He is wonderful that way.

    Who are your influences, sources of inspiration or favorite authors / artists?  I love so many. Mark Mynheir, James Scott Bell, Eric Wilson, Creston Mapes, James Patterson, John Grisham, Robin Cook ... I could go on, and on.

    Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know:  Just that I hope to continue to put out quality Christian suspense fiction in the years to come.


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