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Paul Thigpen, Ph.D. is an award winning journalist and the best selling author of more than twenty-five books including a Dictionary of Quotes from the Saints (Servant, 2001), Blood of the Martyrs and Seed of the Church (Servant, 2001). He is a summa cum laude graduate of Yale University also holds a doctorate in historical theology from Emory University.

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Nearly seven hundred years ago the Italian poet Dante wrote The Inferno, an epic tale of the fate awaiting doomed souls in the underworld. Now, the story continues… Thomas Travis had always thought the toughest streets in the ghettos of Atlanta were next door to hell. But he didn’t know just how close they were until the threat of racial violence sent him fleeing down the stairs of an abandoned building…only to fall headlong into a tortured realm of fire and ice, the place of the damned. The only chance of escape was to trust the strange elderly woman who met him there and insisted on being his guide. She claimed to know the way out, but it would lead through all the terrifying circles of divine judgment, each one deeper and more tormenting than the last. In the lowest pit, the Lord of Darkness himself lay in wait. Thomas had lived a godless life, and now there was hell to pay. If his soul could be purged on the journey, he just might make it. But the odds were against him. In hell, the only guarantee is justice…and the only way out is down.

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Author Paul Thigpen, Ph.D

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