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A Light in the Desert Book Review

A Light in the Desert by Anne Montgomery is a book that traces the account of a expectant adolescent who bears an abnormal facial defect, a Vietnam veteran and ex-Special Forces sniper who as he descends into the throes of mental illness latches onto the girl, and a group of Pentecostal zealots who have been waiting over thirty years in the Arizona desert for Armageddon.

The Amtrak Sunset Limited, a passenger train en route to Los Angeles, is derailed in their midst’s, a lethal operate of disruption with lives are thrown into mayhem when local and state police, FBI investigators, and a pack of journalists make camp by the warped shards of the Sunset Limited. As the hunt for the saboteurs continues, the powers that be find more questions than answers as the young woman inexplicably vanishes, the murderer struggles to keep his sense, and a kid is about to be born in the rough country.

The story is set in the timeless rhythms and is a story wrapped around to read and meditate. This nove…