Introducing The Firstborn

On to nomination number nine, The Firstborn by Conlan Brown (Realms Fiction).

Adult Christian contemporary paranormal thriller


    The Firstborn, those gifted with Foresight, Hindsight, and Insight at the time of Christ’s death are divided between themselves. And when an Islamic holy man is murdered outside of his mosque it becomes apparent that one of the Firstborn was to blame. Now, with the threat of a terrorist attack on an unspeakable target the Firstborn are spiraling out of control. Leaders are dying, members are being kidnapped, and unity is being forced.

    Three heroes, differently gifted and divided must work together to thwart those who would go too far. Their breakneck race against time plunges them into a world of danger and through a gauntlet across the United States. From the River-walk of San Antonio, where Devin Bathurst, John Temple, and Hannah Rice must protect one another from assassination, to the gritty streets of Washington DC, a paramilitary compound in West Virginia, and ultimately back to our nation’s Capital, the Firstborn must unite to prevent an impending atrocity from becoming reality.

    – Publisher

What others are saying:

    Conlan has crafted a compelling story along the lines of such talent as Bronleewe, Dekker and Parrish. I am truly impressed. The creativity of this story combined with a believable plot that twists around world problems in existence today is profound. This story breathes life and truth rather than destruction.

    – Michelle Sutton

Learn more.
Read an excerpt
View a video trailer.
Read a review at Ezine Articles and Thoughts of a Sojourner
Read interviews with Conlan Brown at Title Trakk and WhereTheMapEnds

Obtain a copy of The Firstborn.
from Amazon
from Barnes & Noble

Other Formats.
Kindle edition

Look for or request a copy at a bookstore near you (ISBN # 978-1599796079)
Ask your local library to order a copy.


About Rebecca LuElla Miller

Rebecca LuElla Miller is a full time freelance writer and editor.
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