Angels — good and evil — abound in Solomon Jones' thriller, The Last Confession. The book begins with the discovery of a body beneath the famous angel statue in Philadelphia's 30th Street Station.
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July 2, 2012 Author Solomon Jones says death can seem angelic at first — especially to the lost, addicted kids in his book The Last Confession. He says many of his stories come from his own experiences as a homeless drug addict on the streets of Philadelphia.
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