TAMARIND is a suspense thriller which focuses on the town of Tamarind's spiritual battles and the unseen forces which fuel its conflicts. The plot was inspired by an actual event that tore at the foundations of a small, central Florida community.
Demons, under the command of the evil Molec, seek to establish a stronghold in Tamarind. They must remove several obstacles on order to gain total control.
When terrible things affect the entire population, demons eagerly await their victory celebration. However, there are surprises in the shadows, and demonic plans may not be as perfect as they appear.
Within Tamarind are two powerful pastors, who pose a challenge to Molec. Both men are targeted for destruction. Fear, failure, greed, sickness, anger, death--all are incorporated as weapons of destruction.
Spiritualists converge on the town. All of hell's might seems crowded into Tamarind. Every reminder of the town's moral fibers must be eliminated, including the cross that blatantly glows in the night sky.
Swanee Ballman is a former high school English teacher. She taught writing for years before she decided to try to write her own novel.
A resident of central Florida since 1984, Swanee has been married for 28 years and is the mother of three children. She spends much of her time doing volunteer work through her church and community.
For several years ahe and her husband operated a tropical fish farm as a hobby. Now she and her husband are taking flying lessons, inspired by their college-aged son who is majoring in aeronautical studies.
Swanee is presently working on her next novel, which should be released in 2000 by Legacy Publishing.Review:
"Angels and demons duke it out to change the attitudes and personalities of the people in the fictional town of TAMARIND, which has a cross on its tower. In order for the angels to win, the townspeople must stay true to their beliefs. In order for the demons to win, the cross must come down." -- Osceola Sentinel, August 6, 1999
"In TAMARIND dueling ministers represent good and evil. It's clear which sides represented good and evil in TAMARIND's sharply drawn morality tale.
In the fictional town Ballman created called Tamarind, Spanish moss and a slow lifestyle are threatened by a plot birthed by the evil Molec and his reptilian devils." -- Osceola News Gazette, August 5, 1999
Descrizione libro KQ Publishing, 1999. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. New Condition - We Ship Quickly Thank you for your business. Codice libro della libreria mon0000005441
Descrizione libro KQ Publishing, 1999. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0962873349
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Descrizione libro KQ Publishing, 1999. Paperback. Condizione libro: Brand New. 223 pages. 8.70x5.20x0.50 inches. In Stock. Codice libro della libreria 0962873349