“‘What the hell?’, I uttered softly. The faint vision I witnessed rocked the foundation of my beliefs to the core; the chills running up my spine were undeniable. Instantly, the gray area between fact and fiction blurred into one. I was waste deep in a river of shit.”
Brian Denman, a retired CIA agent and lethal mercenary turned private investigator, unearths the scum and scandals among the politically powerful. When his friend Phillip Wilder, owner and editor of Urban Legends tabloid, recruits him to gather information for a blockbuster story, Brian cascades into a series of unexpected events. Sent to New Orleans, Brian probes into the centuries old myth of what the Vatican conceals on the third floor of the Ursuline Convent. As he delves deeper into the mystery, Brian is hurled into New Orleans’s dark and dangerous underworld, a labyrinth culminating in an epic battle of destiny and revenge.
Upon his first visit to The Big Easy in 2004, Bruce Jones’s fascination with the legend of the Ursuline Convent inspired this debut novel. With additional research trips and a love for classic horror films, Bruce crafts a captivating and disturbing tale, creating an amalgamation of fact and fiction. Visit www.thelostreflection.com for details about Bruce, the New Orleans experience, and many novel extras.
Bruce Jones first learned of the legend of New Orleans’ Ursuline Convent in 2004. He began this novel based on the city’s vampire culture dating from the mid 1700’s to the present day after several years of extensive research. He lives in Chesapeake, Virginia.