The Mysterious Tunnel

If you’ve read “The Jesus Rock” or “The Trials of Jim Dunning,” you’ve already met Joshua Carson. Here are a few details of the story:

Joshua is asked by a friend to come to a neighboring town to pray for a friend dying of a mysterious illness. While there, he meets the dying girl’s wild sister Sheila, who is a non-believer. Joshua tries to reach this tough-as-nails young lady, but can’t break through her tough persona. While out on a hike, the pair enter a mysterious tunnel leading them on the adventure of their lives. During this journey, they encounter many friendly and terrifying people. Will they ever survive these adventures and make it back through the tunnel to find their way home? Read “The Mysterious Tunnel” to find out! Learn about these two totally different people who are held together inexplicably by “The Mysterious Tunnel” and the mysterious mist that guides them. Will you dare to walk this adventure with them?

Here are just a few of the many comments from those who have read the story.

“Another wonderful, exciting, imaginative book!”

“I couldn’t put it down till I was finished!”

“Very exciting! Very Scary!”

If you enjoyed Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, Frank Peretti’s This Present Darkness, Tim LaHaye’s Left Behind series, or even the Doctor Who television series then I think you’ll enjoy The Mysterious Tunnel!”

This should be made into a movie!”


Special Note: The tunnel that inspired this story is real! Read this book and see if you still have the courage to walk through it in the dark afterwards!

“Tunnel” Trivia! One of the characters in the story is named in honor of the first person to purchase “The Trials of Jim Dunning!”

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