It’s been almost three years since we left Detective Jay Harper and high-priced escort Katherine Taylor on the esplanade of Lausanne Cathedral, bruised and battered from a biblical showdown with the Nephilim. Katherine has retreated to small-town life in the woods of Washington State with her son, Maxand a close protection detail of heavily-armed, elite members of the Swiss Guard. Harper is living in Paris, haunted by voices in his head and bone-tired after what turns out to be two and a half million years on Earth.
Though Katherine and Harper have been prevented from remembering each other , baby Max has unwittingly stirred the interest of vengeful spiritsand only a worldwide (and cosmic) effort to save his life will bring Harper and Katherine together again. Meanwhile, from the shadows steps a defrocked priest named Astruc, whose face looks as if it has been clawed by some terrible beast and who hides his eyes behind blue lenses. He and his brilliant young ward, Goose, have discovered something unfathomable in the Catacombs under Paris, something that will confirm that the time of the prophecy” is at hand. . . .
Electrifying from its explosive first scene to its unexpected and shocking conclusion, Angel City reunites the unforgettable characters from The Watchers to reveal more of the earthlyand otherworldymysteries of the Angelus trilogy.
About the Author
Jon Steele is an award-winning journalist and author of The Watchers. Born in Spokane, he traveled the world, working as a cameraman for Independent Television News. After a twenty-year career, he wrote the critically acclaimed War Junkie. In 2008, he shot, co-wrote and co-directed Baker Boys: Inside the Surge, a documentary about an American combat unit in Iraq. Angel City is Steele's second novel. He lives in Switzerland.
Praise for Angel City…
“This second volume seriously ramps up the action: Mysteries are explored but not yet fully explained, and the shocking final scenes are definitely intended to make us come back for the finale. Fans of The Watchers won’t want to miss this one.” – David Pitt, Booklist
“Steele’s sequel to 2012’s The Watchers does everything the middle of a trilogy should do…. a brutal cliffhanger… accessible to readers who missed the first book.” – Publishers Weekly