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Ellsworth ponders taking his life. But when a chapel is discovered in the woods near his hometown of Bellhaven, South Carolina, he notices that healing envelops the racially mixed 1920s community---until neighbors begin to anger one another. They find the chapel is not what it seems. Ellsworth must overcome his demons to defeat the evil emanating from the woods.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 336
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2018
ISBN: 0718090284
ISBN-13: 9780718090289

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Author Bio

James Markert lives with his wife and two children in Louisville, Kentucky. He has a history degree from the University of Louisville and won an IPPY Award for The Requiem Rose, which was later published as A White Wind Blew, a story of redemption in a 1929 tuberculosis sanatorium, where a faith-tested doctor uses music therapy to heal the patients. James is also a USPTA tennis pro, and has coached dozens of kids who’ve gone on to play college tennis in top conferences like the Big 10, the Big East, and the ACC. 

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A haunting tale of love, loss, and redemption.

"Markert's latest supernatural novel is captivating from the beginning; Readers of Frank Peretti and Ted Dekker will love Markert's newest release." - 4 STARS, RT Book Reviews

In the wake of World War I in the small, Southern town of Bellhaven, South Carolina, the town folk believe they’ve found a little slice of heaven in a mysterious chapel in the woods. But they soon realize that evil can come in the most beautiful of forms.

The people of Bellhaven have always looked to Ellsworth Newberry for guidance, but after losing his wife and his future as a professional pitcher, he is moments away from testing his mortality once and for all. Until he finally takes notice of the changes in his town . . . and the cardinals that have returned.

Upon the discovery of a small chapel deep in the Bellhaven woods, healing seems to fall upon the townspeople, bringing peace after several years of mourning. But as they visit the "healing floor" more frequently, the people begin to turn on one another, and the unusually tolerant town becomes anything but.

The cracks between the natural and supernatural begin to widen, and tensions rise. Before the town crumbles, Ellsworth must pull himself from the brink of suicide, overcome his demons, and face the truth of who he was born to be by leading the town into the woods to face the evil threatening Bellhaven.

Editorial Reviews

'A haunting tale of love, loss, and redemption.'
'. . . Markert's unusual story line and compelling characters offer a fresh perspective. Readers looking for lighter horror will enjoy.'
'Screenwriter Markert (The Angel's Share) conjures an apocalyptic page-turner that blends Frank Peretti-style supernatural elements with the fine detail of historical novels.'
'Markert's latest supernatural novel is captivating from the beginning. . . Readers of Frank Peretti and Ted Dekker will love Markert's newest release.'

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