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Cain

Summary: The book Cain, by James Bryon Huggins, was written in nineteen ninety-six, and the fourth best action-thriller written by this incredible author. For a while he was one of the most sought after action-film writers in Hollywood.
The book Cain is one of the many novels written by James Bryon Huggins. The book, written in nineteen ninety-six, was the fourth best action-thriller written by this incredible author. For a while he was one of the most sought after action-film writers in Hollywood. He lives in Decatur, Alabama with his wife Karen and their two children. His previous jobs as a soldier, cop, and award winning novelist have formed his imagination to produce such an amazing action thriller as Cain. Throughout this book, the lifelong battle between good and evil is depicted through the conflicts between one human soldier and an ancient undying evil.

Cain is the ultimate tale of sacrifice and hardship and how three people persevered through these trials and tests of their strength and faith. The story begins when an evil spirit is released from an ancient tomb discovered by Father Marcelle, a priest...

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