Refuge is a tale of love, murder, revenge, and redemption, pulled from the oldest known source of drama—the Bible. Can we find God even after we’ve deliberately violated our consciences, wounded everyone we love, and committed an act that we feel is unforgivable? 


In 2019, Refuge was awarded the international Christian Fiction “Reality Calling Pre-Christian Godliness Fiction Award”! Here Australian book reviewer Peter Younghusband analyzes my novel, details the award, and explains why REFUGE was given this recognition:

Refuge was a 2014 Official Finalist For The PARANORMAL AWARDS for Supernatural Fiction: The Paranormal Awards writing competition recognizes emerging new talent and outstanding works in the genre of Supernatural Fiction and Legends & Lore. The PARANORMAL Awards is a division of the Chanticleer Awards International Writing Competitions.

See Refuge on Pinterest: Locations, Characters, Lilith, Cain

Check out AskDavid: Refuge (A Biblical Story of Good and Evil) 



Intent on total destruction, Satan notices Cain’s obsessive lust for Lilith and the dark roots of jealousy toward his do-gooder brother Abel. Satan goads Cain to the point of madness, barraging his mind with thoughts of hatred, lust, and futility. In a blinding rage, Cain wrecks everything. Wracked with shame, he flees into the vast wilderness, unable to possess the one thing he truly desires—Lilith. His life is destroyed. Will he ever find his way back? He longs for refuge. Can he ever find God again?


What Dead Abel Speaks to Us:

Jon Bloom of Desiring God writes about real-life Abel: CLICK HERE