Update: The original title for the post should have read Part Twelve, not Part Eleven. Glad I finally caught the mistake!
Sorry for not posting in over a month, but this past November was quite busy, including spending time with loved ones in their neck of the woods, south of Houston, as well as shopping, dental work, getting ready for winter, some traveling, and following national and world events within a world seemingly turning more and more evil by the day. And it is this consuming evil that is inspiring me to continue on with this novel, where Part Three is primarily being written to expose this evil. Within corporations and world economies, that whole digital token FTX scandal seemed to be a tip of the iceberg so-to-speak. And, being a former fan of the NFL, I wondered how the so-called “GOAT,” Tom Brady, would handle losing all that money he made as a Super Bowl-winning quarterback!
Then I realized the time of dealing with all these news-worthy distractions had to end, and, in early December, I continued working on The Murder Rule, Part Three. I have written at least two chapters since Thanksgiving.
The narrator is pop culture pundit Lloyd Denholm and the “good guy” character trying to not get “murder ruled” is Joe Phillips, an aristocrat who really isn’t, being the manager of the prodigal band Sound Unltd within The Prodigal Band Trilogy.
In this post I introduce the primary evil character, who, as with Swami Negran (Battle of the Band), Cole Blessing (The Prophesied Band) and Mark Besst (The Prodigal Band), is possessed by the Satan-character called Corion. The name of the character is Ewen Coledge-Foxworth, nicknamed Foxx. Foxx knew Joe Phillips while both attended an elite “public school” academy (in Britain, public schools are actually private schools, while comprehensive schools for the masses are actually public schools) called Broton, located not far from Torquay Manor in the elite area of Surrey, south of London.