Death of the Apocalypse novel by Joel Goulet
* New York City is gripped with terror as the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse make a blood curdling appearance. The Horseman Death breaks from his ghastly associates and wreaks havoc on the unsuspecting city dwellers, slicing off a few heads during his gruesome venture. The three remaining Horsemen turn to an unlikely source to aid them in the return of their counterpart.
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