Dust of Eden

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Dust of Eden

By Thomas Sullivan

Before the world was born, there was the Dust of Eden-blood-red earth from which all else was created. The last deposit of the mysterious dust became a viciously guarded secret…until the site was disturbed. A bit of Eden found its way into the hands of Ariel Leppa-an embittered elderly woman unaware of its ferocious power…for a time.

Praise for Thomas Sullivan:

“He tells stories like Fabergé made eggs – exquisitely crafted, each one unique and beautiful and of the finest kind, and I’m eternally grateful to him for sharing. This is fiction for grown-ups — emotionally complex, literate and compulsively readable. Highly recommended.” – Mark Lancaster, Reviewer & Commentator

“THE MARTYRING is a modern masterpiece, and Thomas Sullivan is a national treasure.” – Loren D. Estleman, author of BILLY GASHADE

“One is convinced that an outsize performer is trying his wings – a John Barth or a John Irving, with a touch of William Gaddis and maybe a dash of Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.” – The Chicago Tribune

“Thomas Sullivan is a master of description.” – William X. Kienzle, author of the Father Koesler mystery series “A memorable journey . . . compelling read. Classic Sullivan.” – Fred Bean, author of EDEN

“Trying to pigeonhole Thomas Sullivan would be like calling Hemingway an outdoor writer, or Fitzgerald the king of glamour and glitz. He’s that good, moving effortlessly from one literary landscape to another, his cast of wonderful characters in tow.” – Lowell Cauffiel, author of MASQUERADE

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