AFTER LIFE NOVELS

Stand Alone Fantasy Thrillers with Endings you will never forget.

WHO TRESPASS AGAINST US

"A gripping fictional account of one of the nation's worst tragedies, ‘Who Trespass Against Us’ offers an emotional account of a killer's lineage and upbringing, with a surprising ending that will offer solace and comfort to all." Connie Swenson, Editor

In the style of Dan Brown’s Angels and Demons, Who Trespass Against Us is the untold story of the Las Vegas shooting and the life of the shooter, Stephen Paddock.

In this gripping account of one of America’s worst tragedies, D.P. Conway takes what is known, and imagines what is missing to deliver a compelling narrative that gives answer to the question “Why?”

 

The story begins with a dark connection in Paddock’s ancestry and moves quickly into the criminal life of his mobster father, Bingo Bruce, and his father’s “Bonnie and Clyde” style mistress, who cast long shadows over the killer’s life. 

It is also the inspiring story of a girl named Theresa, and her best friend, both country music fans, who suddenly find themselves caught up in a life or death situation they never imagined.  But will they survive? 

The story then moves from the darkness of that night to a marvelous dawn with an ending you never imagined and one you will never forget.

It has been said that great storytellers use their imagination to bring order out of chaos, and in this work, D.P. Conway does not disappoint.

 

PARKLAND

"A thorough, well researched, and gripping account of the Parkland tragedy with an ending that will offer solace and comfort to all."

In the style of Dan Brown’s Angels and Demons, “Parkland” is a chilling expose of the life of Nikolas Cruz, a youth troubled since his earliest childhood.  Over a year’s worth of investigated facts are masterfully weaved together into a compelling drama revealing the depths of not only Cruz’s life but also of the cowardly inaction by so many in the bureaucracies surrounding him that could have stopped this tragedy from happening.  

Angels and Dark Angels are used to explore the mystery of good versus evil in the story. As it progresses, you will understand why.

Near the end, during the 11 long minutes of the shooting, time seems to stand still as you find yourself inside the building, witnessing not only the tragedy but also the heroic actions of many. Sadly, you will also witness the selfish actions of not one, but numerous deputies and school personnel who allowed so many to perish. 

The story then moves from the darkness of that day to a marvelous dawn with an ending you never imagined and one you will never forget.

OnlineBookClub.org  4 out of 4 Stars.

Important Note to Readers:  There is an unabridged version of this book called “Fallen,” which I also wrote. While both books have a subplot that uses Angels and Demons to explore the mystery of good versus evil, Fallen is a little more in depth in this regard, about 10% longer.

 

FALLEN

"A thorough, well researched, and gripping account of the Parkland tragedy with an ending that will offer solace and comfort to all."

In the style of Dan Brown’s Angels and Demons, “Fallen” is a chilling expose of the life of Nikolas Cruz, a youth troubled since his earliest childhood.  Over a year’s worth of investigated facts are masterfully weaved together into a compelling drama revealing the depths of not only Cruz’s life but also of the cowardly inaction by so many in the bureaucracies surrounding him that could have stopped this tragedy from happening.  

Angels and Dark Angels are used to explore the mystery of good versus evil in the story. As it progresses, you will understand why.

Near the end, during the 11 long minutes of the shooting, time seems to stand still as you find yourself inside the building, witnessing not only the tragedy but also the heroic actions of many. Sadly, you will also witness the selfish actions of not one, but numerous deputies and school personnel who allowed so many to perish. 

The story then moves from the darkness of that day to a marvelous dawn with an ending you never imagined and one you will never forget.


Important Note to Readers:  There is an abridged version of this book called "Parkland"  Parkland's subplot of the Angels/Demons dimension of the story is less extensive and is about 10% shorter. 

 

THE WANCHEEN

Do not go gentle into that good night… Rage, rage against the dying of the light.   Dylan Thomas

The Wancheen is a rousing, suspenseful, and horrifying historical thriller that spans the centuries.  Treasure seeking explorers stumble upon an ancient tomb and unwittingly awaken a terrifying monster created long ago by Pharaoh Thutmose. The plight of the beloved Scottish Queen Mary, her years of struggle and her fate, become mysteriously tied to this creature and her death sets in motion events which will haunt villages along the coast of Ireland for centuries.

Fast forward eighty-eight years later to 1852 New York City, where two brothers, living very different lives, travel to Ireland due to their father’s death and discover the existence of this monster.

After several terrifying nights of mayhem and destruction in their village, they decide to take action. Will they find a way to end this age old terror or will they also succumb to the fate of hundreds before them?

 An epic story of mystery, true history, horror, and intrigue that will take you across the world, from Egypt to Morocco, Scotland, Spain, New York, Vatican City, and Ireland.  

A story unlike any other and not for the faint of heart.

 

Now sit back… and let me tell you a story.

D. P. Conway

 

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