Forced perspectives

2020, Book , 372 pages ;
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Summary/Review: "Why did Cecil B. DeMille really bury the Pharaoh's Palace set after he filmed The Ten Commandments in 1923? An unholy power was afoot and it had to b more...
Summary/Review: "Why did Cecil B. DeMille really bury the Pharaoh's Palace set after he filmed The Ten Commandments in 1923? An unholy power was afoot and it had to be stopped or at least delayed. Now fugitive federal agents, Sebastian Vickery and Ingrid Castine, both sensitive to the ghosts that haunt the modern Los Angeles highways, find themselves plunged into the supernatural secrets of Los Angeles - from Satanic indie movies of the '60s, to the unqiet La Brea Tar Pits at midnight, to the haunted Sunken City off the coast of San Pedro seeking to rise again. Vickery and Castine may be old hands at dealing with the spirit world of L.A., but they have never been in a purusit so deadly with the stakes so high. For, if a ghost-addicted Silicon Valley guru has his way, the lost souls of a million Angelenos could be drawn into the creation of a new and predatory World God. It's a god that is guaranteed to bring about the end of life as we know it - and Vickery and Castine are all that stand between the god and California-sized destruction."--
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