The Demon Conspiracy

Orphaned siblings witness a conspiracy between big business and the demon nation that promises to rid the earth of humans. When they try to expose the plan to a disbelieving world, they becomes targets of a demon death squad. READ WITH CAUTION! More
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About R. L. Gemmill

When R. L. Gemmill was 20, he hitchhiked from Virginia to California to visit relatives. Along the way he climbed Handy’s Peak in southern Colorado, had all of his food stolen by ground squirrels in the Grand Canyon, and most importantly, began to read books while snowed in on the campus of Michigan Tech University. He had been writing books since the age of 12, but actually reading books changed everything. Gemmill taught biology and anatomy in Virginia for 32 years and is now retired.
R. L. Gemmill’s favorite quote (which saved him from depression and worse): “If your life bores you, risk it.” James Dickey, author of Deliverance.

About the Series: The Demon Conspiracy
An orphaned sibling trio is taken in by a Virginia family and their lives may finally be normal again. They become trapped deep within a cave and witness a conspiracy between big business and the demon nation that promises to rid the world of humans. When telepathic teen, Kelly Bishop, tries to expose the plan to a disbelieving world, she and her family and friends are hunted by a demon death squad.

The good news? The kids made a video of the entire event.

The bad news? The video may be lost in the demon-infested caves, and nobody believes their story.

The Demon Conspiracy is the origin of a multi-book series of apocalyptic thriller novels. If you like nightmares, conspiratorial thinking, deep mystery and unforgettable characters who are forced to the frontlines of a terrible struggle, then you’ll love R. L. Gemmill’s brilliantly visual look at the doom of modern civilization. Face the terror TODAY!

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