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Even Pretty Girls Dress for Blind Spots
     

Even Pretty Girls Dress for Blind Spots

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by Addison James
 

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Dresden Suitzs is a man who is resurrected by God over and over, for reasons he doesn't understand. But God is using him without affection to understand something, and this has made him bitter to the point that Dresden is a sworn atheist -- even though he knows God exists. In his current life, he runs a powerful government investigative agency, and is currently

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Dresden Suitzs is a man who is resurrected by God over and over, for reasons he doesn't understand. But God is using him without affection to understand something, and this has made him bitter to the point that Dresden is a sworn atheist -- even though he knows God exists. In his current life, he runs a powerful government investigative agency, and is currently charged with investigating the suicides of the world's top CEOs and bankers; no one believes these are actual suicides though, and their deaths are causing worldwide market destabilization. But Dresden may be behind it, or may not realize he is, or maybe the femme fatale who knocks on his door in the opening chapter is behind it -- she also appears chosen by God and seems to know more about him and his pasts than he does. One thing is clear: whoever is behind the deaths is playing a game of poker with God, and all of humanity is the bluff.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015642971
Publisher:
Jump in First
Publication date:
09/21/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
232 KB

Meet the Author

Addison James lives in Nashville, Tennessee. He likes coffee, tea, and beer. He often wonders what the point of it all is, and the coffee and tea don't help much with that; thankfully, the beer does. He has also published a collection of short stories titled, He was the kind of guy who was great at parties, as long as he didn't tell you the truth. And a short project with single paragraph stories and poems entitled Paragraphs and Poems, The Wanderer's Might.

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Even Pretty Girls Dress for Blind Spots 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good read, very different from what I would have thought. It's a mystery, but it also thinks about the nature of God and man. And it deals with economic stuff going on in the world right now. Did not not think it would be what it was. If you like stuff like Vonnegut, you'll probably enjoy it. I left a review already but I think it got lost, so if this repeats, I apologize.