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By: Daniel Clarke

Avenging Angels

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The clock is ticking in this fast-paced novel, in which a man who has lost everything journeys his way down a path of deceit, with deadly consequences.

While trying to come to terms with his tragic loss, evil forces are at work, which make him realise that all is not how it may seem.

The man is Mike Feather, a builder and family man, he could be any of us, which leads you to ask yourself the questions: how far would you go for your family or a friend in need? Who do you trust with your life or more importantly, with your family?

We put our faith in a system that is there to protect us from the wickedness of evil people, but what we expect and what we get are seldom the same thing.

The story encourages the reader to re-evaluate their belief of whether the end justifies the means, as ethical lines are crossed, and whether taking the law into your own hands is ever justifiable.

Everyone has their breaking point, and when you’ve nothing left to lose, but your whole world to gain, what would you do?

Daniel Clarke was born in Bradford, West Yorkshire, the cultural centre of the north of England.

Rather than misspent, his childhood was well spent in the woods that were the backdrop to his childhood home, climbing trees, building dens and most importantly, falling off swings.

This was the birth place for his passions for building and storytelling.

Daniel has had a widely varying career, from labouring to directorship but for the last few years, he has spent most of his time as a stay-at-home dad, giving him a broad knowledge base.

Encouraged by his daughters to follow his passions, Daniel is pleased to introduce his debut novel, Avenging Angels.

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  • Bethany Woodhouse

    This was a great read, the characters were compelling, and thrown into a heartbreaking situation. Tension was built and you are really led to feel for the main character and the unbelievable journey he has to undertake to save the people he loves the most. I had to keep reading just so I could find out how it ended. I couldn't put it down. Who do you trust, when those who are meant to protect you consistently let you down?

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