In Arabian mythology, they are called the “Jinn”—creatures who inhabit our world, yet live outside of our universe. But the superhuman assassin known as Cain is no myth—he is all too real, and all too deadly. CIA operative Gabrielle “Gabe” Lincoln has a very short time to learn the secret of Cain’s power, or she will soon witness the annihilation of Earth and everyone in it.
“The Cain Prophecy is a compelling blend of high-octane action and creepy thrills. Scary, dynamic and thoroughly entertaining!”
~Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of Predator One and Patient Zero
“Ancient legends merge with modern-day complications, creating tension and turmoil in this high-stakes, gritty, action thriller. Never a dull moment!”
~Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author of The Patriot Threat and The Lincoln Myth
An Air Force brat who never lived in one place more than five years, Toby joined the Navy soon after high school and ended up on the east coast of the U.S. He has since worked as a cab driver, a pizza delivery man, a phone solicitor, a shipyard technician, a government contractor, a retail music salesman, a bookseller, a cell phone salesman and a recording studio engineer.
After earning his English degree, he became a full-time graphic designer and newspaper reporter for five years and published hundreds of stories with the Associated Press and his local paper. He has since been published in The Pedestal Magazine, Voluted Tales magazine, Famous Monsters of Filmland, Scary Monsters Magazine, and websites like eHow.com.
Owing to the inspiration of Edgar Rice Burroughs, Ray Bradbury and Stephen King, Toby became an author of what he likes to call “high-octane sci-fi, fantasy and horror” and has published several books.
Toby is also a songwriter and musician and lives with his family near the Great Dismal Swamp in northeastern North Carolina.
To learn more about Toby, please visit his website.
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