A Jeweler’s Eye View

Volume Three: A Dream’s End

by J. D. Riley



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/21/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 740
ISBN : 9781665711883
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 740
ISBN : 9781665711890
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 740
ISBN : 9781665711876

About the Book

The epic saga of Jake Goodson comes to its conclusion in Volume Three of the trilogy, A Jeweler’s Eye View.

The spellbinding finale of the story begins with Jake Goodson and Sam Bailey in jail for the crime of a murder they didn’t commit. The incriminating testimonies and fabricated evidence brought against them are the result of the religious cult’s efforts to destroy them. At first, they seem to succeed. As the two men are left with the daunting task of exonerating themselves and even fighting for their very lives, they relentlessly continue their attempt to rescue the children from the Ekkklesia of Yahoeh.

The megalomaniacal leader of the Aryan sect allows his ambitions for power and religious supremacy to draw his followers into battle with all in the outside world who oppose him. While Hightower convinces them that all “outsiders” are in league with the Devil and must be destroyed, he focuses on removing everyone who gets in his way. As a result, he is brought face-to-face with Sam and Jake in a final epic battle. Jake attempts to outflank Hightower by infiltrating the Ekkklesia of Yahoeh, and this has turned on him as he is now immersed in his own rite of exorcism. The brainwashing strategies brought to bear against him invariably drive him deep into the psyche of his personal nightmares in ways that are completely unexpected.

As this exciting trilogy concludes, the forces of good and evil are brought into a final showdown as the battle unfolds between the religious cult and the two men trying to rescue their children from its grip.

About the Author

J. D. Riley is a licensed therapist who has worked in addiction treatment since 1982. He earned a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and religion from Berry College in Rome, Georgia, and a master’s degree in counseling from the University of Georgia. He is a US Army veteran who has a special interest in victims of PTSD, and cults and the psychology behind them. Riley currently lives with his family in Atlanta, Georgia.