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The Fourteenth Floor

Clara Perkins

When a successful lawyer begins receiving cryptic messages-and attempts on his life become the norm-he must struggle blindly against an unknown foe with the help of his friends to stay alive.

Jacob Brack, Jr. has worked hard to be respected. As an attorney at a reputable firm, his goals are clear-until messages in an unknown language and assassination attempts ruin his well-laid plans.

Little does Jacob know that an intimidating CEO tracks his every movement, waiting for the opportune moment to eliminate him as a threat to a mysterious league. Aided by his intelligent secretary, a comical friend, and his lazy-but-useful house sitter, Jacob runs from place to place for his life.

Along the way he meets Fr. Deerlan, a priest who teaches him invaluable lessons about the Catholic Faith that Jacob had abandoned after childhood. Together, Fr. Deerlan and a young woman named Gabrielle brace him for all the difficulties he faces-difficulties that have put his life at stake.

For both teens and adults, The Fourteenth Floor is a wholesome, heart-pounding thriller that combines suspense, morality, history, technology, and the re-discovery of the beauty of Catholicism in the modern world.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Palmetto Publishing
  • Publish Date: Apr 2nd, 2024
  • Pages: 260
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.50in - 5.50in - 0.59in - 0.73lb
  • EAN: 9798822941380
  • Categories: Mystery & Detective - Amateur SleuthThrillers - SuspenseChristian - Suspense

About the Author

Perkins, Clara: - From an early age, Clara Perkins has had an avid interest in reading and writing. Having noticed the dark and depressing nature of modern literature-particularly of books intended to reach the teenage audience-she desired to counter this movement by writing thrilling yet heartening novels to captivate her readers and instill moral, uplifting messages. This was the inspiration for The Fourteenth Floor, an idea that originally sprang from a Latin class. Clara loves cats, mountains, and-believe it or not-rain!