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Writer Adam Cravens publishes 2nd Watchman novel

Blood Feuds continues Watchman series
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By Adam Cravens

The book I just published is called The Watchman Order: Blood Feuds. It's part two of a novella I wrote The Watchman Order.

It deals mostly on the premise that the Biblical Cain was immortal and his patrimony is every supernatural evil on earth.

The protagonist is a character named David. He belongs to a sect called The Watchman Order; the groups only purpose is to eradicate Cain's bloodline.

Every member in The Order has at least one spiritual gift - Paul and Isaiah named in the Bible such as: might, knowledge, miracles, etc.

David is unique in that he is the only Watchman alive with the ability to heal others and himself.

Blood Feuds is about David and his team realizing and dealing with betrayal in part one from one of his closest confidants and questioning the methods and motives of The Order he's been loyal to his entire life, and what he'll sacrifice to save those he cares about and ultimately humanity. - David Cravens

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Columbia, KY writer Adam Cravens publishes 2nd book

2012-12-23 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Adam Cravens. Blood Feuds continues the Watchman Series, by Columbia, KY, writer Adam Cravens.
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