Novel "The Cult Cop" Parallels Cult Proliferation In U.S

Mystery thriller, "The Cult Cop," pits U.S. Attorney's Office against underground cult threat.
FORT WORTH, Texas - April 29, 2015 - PRLog -- Author and publisher Howard F. Clarke delves into the murky world of cults in "The Cult Cop."  Jack Salter is a former felon and the son of a disgraced New Jersey police chief.  Salter, in perpetual servitude to the U.S. Attorney's Office, finds himself swept away from his dingy lifestyle in Jersey City, New Jersey and into the wilderness, culture shock, and spiritual hodgepodge of the "Land of Enchantment" New Mexico.  There, he finds an old evil with a new face, that of a rising star in finance, politics, and religion based upon an ancient malignant force.  The name of this evil is Alexander Kale, a devilishly handsome, charismatic, and thoroughly rotten user of women and abuser of the innocent. Kale's history goes back to Europe and involves generations of a notorious sect preying upon an unsuspecting populace.  Based upon in-depth occult research and time in the New Mexico environment, the author of this novel spins a web of intrigue and mayhem and thrusts an unlikely and most unwilling hero into its midst.

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