By C. G. Bauer
"Scars at the Face of God is an excellent novel. Congratulations on hitting one out of the park, Chris." -Jonathan Maberry, a number of Bram Stoker Award winner "C. G. Bauer writes with ardour and depth, tackling the mysteries of religion and worry. warmer than the flames of hell." -Scott Nicholson, writer of Scattered Ashes Hex indicators defend each barn and outbuilding. The neighborhood tannery spews its poison at the land and within the river. And infants disappear at start. An orphan and one-time felon who earned his nickname "from the sound a crowbar makes whilst it hits a man's head," Johannes "Wump" Hozer is now the custodian of Our woman of the Innocents parish in 3 Bridges, PA. Wump is outdated and drained. he is fought all his existence opposed to the tannery's waste, opposed to God, and opposed to the blind eyes of his stable acquaintances. these days he attempts to disregard the previous priest's exploits with the younger women of the parish and the strangeness surrounding the neighborhood orphanage, and does what stable he can for his spouse, the church, the sisters who run the orphanage, and the terrible orphans themselves. Then early life stories and weird presentments start to plague Wump while a brick wall unearthed on the website of a brand new eating place collapses, and uncooked sewage consists of 1000's of child bones into the pit left in the back of. seems like the devil's made 3 Bridges his playground, and Wump must discover why; the infants preserve screaming and he has to make it cease.