This month’s blog tour is for Athol Dickson’s new novel Lost Mission. I’ve never read any of his books, but Dickson is a multi-Christy award winning author for suspense. He is a former architect gone author. Other books by Dickson include, Winter Haven, The Cure, and RiverRising. Athol Dickson currently lives in California.
You can find out more about Dickson from his website – http://www.atholdickson.com/
In addition, check out some of the other blog tour participants listed at the bottom of the page, and see what they have to say about Lost Mission.
BACK COVER COPY
What haunting legacy awaits deep beneath the barrios and wealthy enclaves of Southern California?
An idyllic Spanish mission collapses in the eighteenth century atop the supernatural evidence of a shocking crime. Twelve generations later the ground is opened up, the forgotten ruins are disturbed, and rich and poor alike confront the onslaught of resurging hell on earth. Caught up in the catastrophe are…
- A humble shopkeeper compelled to leave her tiny village deep in Mexico to preach in America
- A minister wracked with guilt for loving the wrong woman
- An unimaginably wealthy man, blinded to the consequences of his grand plans
- A devoted father and husband driven to a horrible discovery that changes everything
Will the evil that destroyed the Mision de Santa Dolores rise to overwhelm them? Or will they beat back the terrible desires that led to the mission’s good Franciscan founder’s standing in the midst of flames ignited by his enemies and friends alike more than two centuries ago?
From the high Sierra Madre mountains to the harsh Sonoran desert, from the privileged world of millionaire moguls to the impoverished immigrants who serve them, Athol Dickson once again weaves a gripping story of suspense that spans centuries and cultures to explore the abiding possibility of miracles.
To purchase Lost Mission, go to http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1416583475
BLOG TOUR LINKS
CSFF Blog Tour
D. G. D. Davidson
Rebecca LuElla Miller
New Authors Fellowship
John W. Otte
Donita K. Paul