A lesbian atheist is framed for murdering a pastor and must work with a secret religious organization to prove her innocence.
Jillian Campbell doesn’t believe in God. When a pastor tells her that she’s a supernatural being called a Deiform, and she must join a secret religious organization called the Deiform Fellowship, she dismisses him as a kook. Two days later the pastor is dead, and Jillian is arrested for his murder.
With the evidence stacked against her, Jillian expects to spend her life behind bars. But then the Fellowship breaks her out of prison and insists that the pastor told her the truth. If Jillian doesn’t join them, the Fellowship’s enemies will hunt her down and kill her.
Jillian remains skeptical, but until she proves her innocence, she’s trapped with those who claim they want to help her. Is she one of these mythical Deiforms? Find out in The Atheist.
Imagine you’re an atheist, and a pastor tells you that you’re a supernatural being called a Deiform, and you’re meant to belong to a secret organization that serves God. You’d think the pastor was nuts, right? That’s what Jillian thinks when Pastor Jim Preston tells her exactly that. She tells him to get lost and figures that’s the end of it. It would have been, except Preston is murdered a few days later, and Jillian is the prime suspect.
She’s arrested and finds out the evidence is stacked against her. It’s all lies, and she knows she’s being framed. But why? And how will she prove her innocence?
Just as she figures she’s going to prison for life, she passes out. When she wakes up, she’s told that the secret organization Preston told her about has rescued her. He was telling the truth. Or was he?
The Atheist has lesbian main characters. It’s primarily a mystery, but with a supernatural bent.
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