MURDEROUS SPIRIT – Now in Paperback!

NOW On Sale! MURDEROUS SPIRIT has been published in trade paperback from CreateSpace. (https://www.createspace.com/5917751

Available in e-book from Barnes & Noble and Amazon on January 20th.

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MURDEROUS SPIRIT – Jack Tyrrell was a burn out. A former Green Beret and U.S. Marshal, he’s become a drunken loser who, once upon a time, accepted a bribe and was shot by the people who bribed him. Tyrrell survived the shooting. His wife, Maggie, did not.

Five years after her death, Maggie appears to him as a ghost and offers him a chance to make things right. She introduces Tyrrell to Harry, who may literally be heaven-sent. Tyrrell, with Harry working as his case manager, sets out to help a veteran who’s suffering from PTSD and has assassinated a pair of Wall Street CEOs.

Action, murdered Wall Street titans, the Russian mafia, and a beautiful woman mix with questions regarding free will and what constitutes moral behavior to give this thriller a spiritual edge.

“Can one author combine a thriller, a romance and a ghost story? Geoff Loftus does so admirably in his fast-paced, well written and engrossing new novel about a man given a second chance from a wholly unexpected source: his dead wife, whose murder he holds himself responsible for. Let this one-of-a-kind story teach you something about love, forgiveness and even faith.”

– James Martin, SJ, bestselling author of A Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything and The Abbey

Read the Excerpt:
http://www.geoffloftus.com/Murderous-SpiritEXCERPT.pdf

 

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