From Rome's Coliseum to the temples of ancient Egypt; with the fiery death of a Templar knight and the escape of concentration camp prisoners in Nazi Germany; Nefaste's journal unveils the unseen battle of good and evil's impact on history before Janis Koppel is drawn into its vortex.
In the Soul Collector lesser known events in history become the canvass that unveils the battle for good and evil fought in the silent chambers of men's souls. Nefaste, a disembodied warrior who serves in the legions engaged in this eternal conflict recounts his efforts to recruit those who would join him in serving the Prince of Darkness. Through the medium of the journal of a dead man, the rationalizations used to entice mortals to embrace evil are discussed as Nefaste recounts his involvement in the mysterious demise of Ahkenaten the heretic pharaoh and his queen Nefertiti.
With a degree in History and an MBA from BYU, Cammack is from Southern Idaho where he lives with his wife, Lori.