What happens when a portal into hell opens on a tropical island hosting an exclusive resort for the super rich and powerful? This is the scene that greets a young banker and his fiance who have come to revive their floundering relationship and a would-be penitent who arrives after killing London’s most notorious gangster. The new arrivals soon realize that the sole objective of the island is the satanic corruption of the world’s most privileged. They are subjected to haunting visions and possession and are ultimately forced to choose between giving in to temptation or joining forces with the stubborn resident priest who relies on the Latin sacraments and holds a deep seated mistrust of anything modern as he battled to protect his flock. Good and evil do battle using their souls as the battleground with surprising results in this darkly humorous tale.
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Frank de Sales is a young author and compulsive student. He holds Master’s degrees in History and Business Administration, as well as a postgraduate degree in Law. His interests range from orthodox religions and forensic medicine to classic science fiction, pop culture, and mixed martial arts, in which he regularly competes. In addition, his works are enriched through having served a stint in the military and extensive travel. Frank works in the legal division of a large financial institution and currently resides in South Africa. Humor, the surreal and horror consequently combine sinuously in his first book, Devil's Island.
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