The Occupied by Craig Parshall


The Occupied is a Trevor Black Novel written by Craig Parshall. Trevor Black was a very successful attorney in New York City. He took on a case to represent Dunning Kamera.  Shortly after he receives a call from an old friend, Elijah, telling Trevor he has had 2 dreams about Trevor and Kamera. He was concerned and he reminded Trevor about finding God. The next morning, Trevor’s wife is found dead in her car. Then Kamera tries to leave the country. While at the court house he runs into Bradley, the man he feels has something to do with his wife’s death. He punches Bradley in the face. Shortly after this he starts having evil things happening and loses his license to practice in New York because he punched Bradley.

Trevor moves to Ocracoke Island. He has plans to get back together with high school friends, when one of them is murdered in his home town of Manitou. While in Manitou, he works with Detective Abby Linderman to try to find the killer. Again evil things start happening to Trevor. Trevor is safe from the demons. He has accepted God into his life and his soul is now occupied by God.

This is the first book I have read by Craig Parshall. This is a very suspenseful thriller. The book is much different than anything I have read before. It has a lot of demonic instances in the story that follow Trevor around. The story is very fast moving and pulls you into it. I was not able to predict how the book was going to end. This would be a book to recommend to those that enjoy dark crime stories. This story contains sex, murder and demons. It would not be appropriate for the not so mature reader.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from Tyndale in exchange for an honest review.

Series: A Trevor Black Novel

448 pages

ISBN-10: 1496411358

ISBN-13: 978-1496411358

Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.


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