Is Vegetarianism Really Satanic?

Is Vegetarianism Really Satanic?

09 December 2013

I'm so pleased to be officially 1/3 of the way through the final revision of Daughter of Man. Researching a book that involves angels and angelology has led me into many weird and wonderful discoveries, including the fact that vegetarianism is a demonic doctrine - a theory espoused by no less a figure than St. Augustine himself. (Something about the belief that animals having souls equal to man's being diabolically-inspired heresy. All I really know is that it makes menu planning hell.)

In any case, in Daughter of Man...,

Every teacher has a student they don't like, and Clare Malley had good reason not to like Kerrie-Anne Philips. Still, Clare was there when the girl had died. She watched as the pretty young intern tripped and fell to her death, and would have been willing to swear in court that it was completely accidental. So there was no reason to believe a half-drunk student when he claimed that Kerrie-Anne was murdered because she had uncovered a shadowy government conspiracy dating back to the Crusades. And absolutely no reason at all to believe that the memories that suddenly seem to be surfacing from Clare's forgotten past are connected to that conspiracy as well. Or to a disturbingly attractive street musician who seems to have appointed himself Clare's guardian angel...

Check out an excerpt by clicking on the cover to your left.

© - Erica Obey
Photos © - George Baird