Audiobook CD - 2009
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New York City medical examiner Jack Stapleton considers entering alternative medicine and makes contact with two former college classmates, including an archeologist who is digging beneath Saint Peter's and a bishop who would suppress the archaeologist's findings.
Publisher: New York : Penguin Audio, p2009
Edition: Unabridged
ISBN: 9780143144571
Branch Call Number: CDBK FIC Cook
Characteristics: 10 compact discs : 11 hours
Additional Contributors: Guidall, George


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wck Jan 07, 2013

Oddly below his usual standard

Jun 24, 2012

Great writing and excellent research and insights into the Catholic faith, but I find a lot of modern fiction writers, cowards. In this book, one character finds historical evidence that would shake the Catholic world. Of course, the evidence gets re-buried and the real question never gets asked. What if this evidence did reach the world. What if the fanatics did have to face some historical fact that might rock their present, untrue faith, that happens to manipulate and ultimately destroy millions if not billions of lives, as I've seen in my own family. Wouldn't that be a good thing?
The book is ultimately predictable and left me frustrated. However, if you want to review, or learn the tangents of historical religion, especially the Catholic Church, it's a fantastic read.

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