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Lost over the visages of time in the Sechura Desert of Peru an ancient golden tambour has been discovered revealing primeval atrocities that had long been hidden. Haunting specters of horrific sacrifices from centuries past captivate and propel Archaelogist Jonathan "Vator" Cobb into a cauldron of putrid evil revelations filling him with questions. How could the advanced Chimu culture and people allow themselves to digress to such depravity in the practice of sacrificing their own children to their ancient god and why was he the only one being exposed to these sickening apparitions? Assaulted by the visions of horrific scenes from days long past, while enticed and confounded by the exotically beautiful Lieutenant Pilar Espinoza's advances: and threatened by a diabolically unknown presence; Vator is compelled to seek God's direction exposing his own frailties and faulty beliefs.
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About the Author
Bobby Lee Smith lives in Arkansas with his wife Tracy; they have three grown children and eight grandchildren: uh, make that, soon to be seven grandchildren! The Crying Drum is Bobby's second novel, with his first effort being "Remnant: Uncovering Solomon's Path" Also, if you would like to contact Bobby personally you may do so through Facebook by searching Bobby Smith and looking for the book cover for Remnant: Uncovering Solomon's Path. Bobby is a twenty four year postal employee that is now retired and enjoying this new path through writing; as he shares about this amazing and indescribable Lord through his writing. May our precious Lord Jesus bless you and favor this and any future work that will honor Him.