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The Fallen and the Elect 

“Not all angels are the same.”

After the mysterious disappearance of millions across the world, angels begin to present eulogies at random funerals which have become must go to events.  Hoping to catch a glimpse of a heavenly creature, T.V and radio stations hold contests for families of the deceased wanting to fill seats; no longer do the city or county funerals for John and Jane Does go unattended.  For ten years this occurs.  No one knows where or when one will appear, only that any photograph or digital video recording of their appearance is erased. If someone were to make a drawing, it immediately fades after the angel’s departure.

It’s during one such funeral In Los Angeles where an angel is suspected to be the cause of a fatal event where all but one of the attendees are killed, and this is where our story begins.

The Catholic Church dispatches a priest to work with a nun and a former seminary student who have extensive knowledge of angels to begin a detailed investigation of the incident. The three follow the trail to a previous angelic event in Mexico; here they find it has unanticipated ties to events in Los Angeles. What they uncover will lead to a test of each of their beliefs, and answers to questions they never anticipated.  

Find out more concerning the realm of Angels as noted by Michael Saunders, a character in the book 'The Fallen and the Elect'

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