Joel Goulet’s several novels are captivating, spellbinding, suspenseful, fun and entertaining Private1 month ago - Merchandise - Mumbai - 17 views
Joel Goulet’s several novels are captivating, spellbinding, suspenseful,fun and entertaining
All of multi-genre author Joel Goulet’s several novels areavailable in paperback and eBook at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo,wingsepress, doubledragon publishing, and other online booksellers (pricesvary) His website has excerpts, fullchapters. Some of the books are available with large print, audio. http://www.joelgoulet.com
Here are snippets of some of his novels: ----
ThunderingVengeance: A black car with a powerful, fire spewing engine causes deadlyaccidents involving police officers. A sheriff’s department seeks to stop thecar, but soon questions what they are chasing. The lethal car and its driverseem possessed. Nothing the police have done is able to stop the car. Then amysterious man comes forward with information about the car. The jarringinformation and the man himself signal a clear warning that police best proceedwith extreme caution.-----
Silver Foxis a western novel; Haunting memories of a Civil War event draws Marshal DamianBoedel and Colonel Brown together for the first time in several years. In anall-but-dead town they find themselves pitted against a mystical foe theythought had been done away with in the swamps of Florida during the war. Themarshal also has to deal with outlaws that have his demise well planned. Forcedby the outlaws into tunnels beneath the sleeping town, the marshal and coloneland a group of people unfortunate enough to be with them, find themselvesfighting for their lives against the mystical foe ahead of them and the outlawsbehind them.----
Death of theApocalypse; New York City is gripped with terror as the Four Horsemenof the Apocalypse make a blood curdling appearance. The Horseman Death breaksfrom his ghastly associates and wreaks havoc on the unsuspecting city dwellers,slicing off a few heads during his gruesome venture. The three remainingHorsemen turn to an unlikely source to aid them in the return of theircounterpart.