Indisputable Proof

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With his father in a coma, CIA operative Samuel Tolen may have found a way to answer mankind's greatest question: Is there life after death?
When the Sudarium of Oviedo-the venerable cloth that once covered Jesus Christ's face on the cross-is stolen from a cathedral in Spain, it sparks a series of grisly murders. Each victim is killed in a manner resembling the form of execution of one of the Apostles. American CIA operative Samuel Tolen, Spanish inspector Pascal Diaz, and ...
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Overview

With his father in a coma, CIA operative Samuel Tolen may have found a way to answer mankind's greatest question: Is there life after death?
When the Sudarium of Oviedo-the venerable cloth that once covered Jesus Christ's face on the cross-is stolen from a cathedral in Spain, it sparks a series of grisly murders. Each victim is killed in a manner resembling the form of execution of one of the Apostles. American CIA operative Samuel Tolen, Spanish inspector Pascal Diaz, and British archaeologist Dr. Jade Mollur embark on a journey to reclaim the Sudarium. Their search takes a surprising turn when a 2,000-year-old clue from Joseph of Arimathea suggests a far greater secret is within reach; a startling discovery that would forever change humanity.

Embroiled in a deadly hunt that takes them from the grounds of Harvard University to the coast of Costa Rica, from a hallowed Greek Isle to an exquisite Spanish cathedral, and ultimately to the doorstep of mankind's greatest civilization, Tolen, Diaz, and Mollur will search for the ultimate truth in the midst of unspeakable deception. But is it a truth mankind was meant to discover?

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Editorial Reviews

Amazon - Greig Beck
“Dan Brown better look over his shoulder – Williams and Knerly are here for his crown. Indisputable Proof is an edge-of-the-seat thriller with great storytelling backed by brilliant research.”
– Greig Beck, best selling author of This Green Hell and Dark Rising
Book Vacation
“The more I read by Williams and Knerly, the more I fall in love with their writing style, genre, characters, and most of all, their solid plotline. If you’ve enjoyed any of the Dan Brown’s books, or the movies The Da Vinci Code or Angels and Demons, then you’ll love Indisputable Proof (and all Williams’ and Knerly’s other novels as well).”
- A Book Vacation
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780692259610
  • Publisher: Suspense Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/23/2014
  • Pages: 394
  • Sales rank: 1,075,881
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.81 (d)

Meet the Author

Vicky Knerly is a native of Syracuse, New York, and currently resides on St. Simons Island, Georgia. She has two grown sons. Vicky earned a bachelor's degree in English and two masters' degrees, and she has won awards for her research-based writing. She currently works for a private university based in Melbourne, Florida, where she also teaches as an adjunct professor.
Gary Williams lives in Jacksonville, Florida, with his wife and children. He has a bachelor's degree in Business Marketing and writes full time. His hobbies include fishing, history and watching football.
In 2009, Gary and Vicky formally partnered as co-writers. Their debut novel, "Death in the Beginning," was published electronically November 2011 quickly followed by their second novel, "Three Keys to Murder."
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 25, 2012

    Couldn't put it down!

    Williams and Knerly did it again! Great suspense and action guaranteed to keep you glued from page 1 to the very end! Loved it!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 16, 2012

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    Every once in a while a reader is lucky enough to find a book th

    Every once in a while a reader is lucky enough to find a book that grabs them out of nowhere. It maybe subject matter that is not normally in the readers wheelhouse or it might be a writer that one has simply never heard of. Taking a chance on a book, you give it a go and when finished, there is no way to imagine you were unfamiliar with the author or ever had any reservations concerning the subject matter. For a reader to find a book that strikes an almost magical cord by bringing together plot and character elements that make for a riveting read is the most rewarding of experiences. Each of these was the case when I read Indisputable Proof.

    Indisputable Proof starts with the theft of the Sudarium of Oviedo, the cloth that covered the face of Jesus while upon the cross. The Sudarium's theft is initially hidden from the public by the Church and the Spanish Government at the advisement of the CIA. But time is running out. The Feast of the Cross is only days away, a time honored tradition when the Sudarium is displayed to the pias masses. Now CIA agent Samuel Tolen, Spanish Inspector Pascal Diaz, and British archaeologist Dr. Jade Mollur are in a race against time to locate and return the Sudarium to the church before the start of the Feast of the Cross. Should they fail, a religious extremist group has vowed revenge against the CIA and the United States as a whole.

    What results is a fast paced, beautifully crafted thrill-ride for the reader. The details of the story and the evolving plot are crafted with precision. The characters and credible and believable adding to the suspense as the reader becomes more invested in the key players over time. And through all of this, the creative twists that take place throughout make the book incredibly difficult to put down.

    Like many international thrillers, this story takes place at exotic locations spanning the globe. But unlike many, the historical significance of these locations is key to the plot, the backstory, and even the final resolution of the tale. Possibly one of the most enjoyable aspects of this book was the ultimate payoff at the end. The authors really nailed that. Right down to the final pages of the last chapter, the reader is learning new information that gives reason to possibly reconsider the significance of all that has led to the final resolution.

    It can be hard to summarize such a complete story without giving away the details and ruining the fun. Is it enough to say that there is action, suspense, intrigue, and more than a little well crafted historical religious reference? Maybe it is better to explain that the story doesn't leave the reader hanging, makes good on the questions posed along the way, and is nothing short of a fun and fulfilling read. No matter how I try to describe it, I believe this book was time very well spent!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 12, 2012

    Williams and Knerly burst from the starting gate and never lose

    Williams and Knerly burst from the starting gate and never lose pace throughout this action-packed global thriller. Well-defined characters race against time to locate a religious artifact that, if not found, could unleash unspeakable consequences. I love a read that incorporates historical facts in a fictional story that leads to the question, “what if?” Williams and Knerly have proved they are here to stay and hope we see more of Samuel Tolen in future works!

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  • Posted September 12, 2012

    Indisputable Proof will keep you rivited to your chair wanting t

    Indisputable Proof will keep you rivited to your chair wanting to read more. As with their first two books, it only took me two days to finish the book. I could not put it down. The plot is smooth; the locations are so well described, you feel as if you are there with the characters; the characters themselves have depth and warmth and you do not want any harm to come to them. I am looking forward to their next release, Evil in the Beginning, in 2013 and I hope a series of books based on the exploits of Samuel Tolen. The writing team of Williams & Knerly is absolutely wonderful.This is mkust to read as well as the first two, Death in the Beginning and Three Keys to Murder.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 19, 2012

    I have read all of Gary Williams and Vicky Knerly Books, All out

    I have read all of Gary Williams and Vicky Knerly Books, All out standing. The last book I read was Indisputable proof which I could not put down. If you like the Dan Brown Novels, you will like this read even better.

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