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A. Jay Lee is a native Nashvillian who lives with his wife and three children in that great Southern City. He is an alumnus of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. A. Jay has always had great stories in his head, but having the learning disability commonly known has Dyslexia, he never believed he would be able to put them to pen. With the loving help of his wife, an accomplished technical writer in her own career, A. Jay has brought one of his stories to life. His curiosity surrounding vampires accompanied with his knowledge of biblical lore has made this novel a compelling mix of both. Grace Through Blood is the first novel in ‘The Holy Damned’ series. He has other exciting projects in progress, including a series of short stories with a vampiric steampunk theme.
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review by . July 09, 2013
Ranging from secret chapels of ancient France to high-tech military establishments in the modern world, but centered firmly in Charleston, A. J. Lee’s Grace Through Blood combines multiple storylines into an interestingly different mythology of death, demons and hell. Biblical quotes are sprinkled throughout, well chosen for story content rather than spirituality. But there’s definitely a spiritual element to this novel. While faith reminds a fairly distant background element until halfway …
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