The Lucifer Gospel

The Lucifer Gospel

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by Paul Christopher
     
 

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Young archaeologist Finn Ryan and charismatic pilot and photographer Virgil Hilts are scouring the Sahara for the long-lost tomb of an apostle. But they find something they weren’t looking for: signs of a decades-old murder, along with an ancient Roman medallion bearing the infamous name of a fallen archangel. It doesn’t take long for them to realize that

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Young archaeologist Finn Ryan and charismatic pilot and photographer Virgil Hilts are scouring the Sahara for the long-lost tomb of an apostle. But they find something they weren’t looking for: signs of a decades-old murder, along with an ancient Roman medallion bearing the infamous name of a fallen archangel. It doesn’t take long for them to realize that they’ve found a piece of a much bigger puzzle—and a trail of clues that could get them killed.

Forced to flee from a relentless enemy, Finn and Virgil are pursued across the globe. From the sinister ruins of an ancient monastery to a sunken ship in the Caribbean, the two desperately search for a truth that can save their lives, but might shake the foundations of history...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781101099742
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
08/01/2006
Sold by:
Penguin Group
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
368
Sales rank:
64,428
File size:
287 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Paul Christopher is the pseudonym of a bestselling novelist who lives in the Great Lakes region.

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The Lucifer Gospel 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 38 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book started out ok, and I quickly grew to like the characters. It was the lack of details that I started to notice, like how were these people able to travel all over the world without their wallets and purses stuff like that. Also, the interaction between the Male/Female heroes was lacking. No mention of any attraction or lack there of between the two and don't get me wrong I quickly tire of the need for most authors to have characters like these end up in the sack, but it was lacking something. The biggest problem with the book for me was the ending.... Really?
FinMac More than 1 year ago
The first book with Finn Riley was just barely good enough that I decided to try a second book by this author. That was a mistake. This book is terrible. This author completely fails to produce any tension in his books. You have no doubt that the heros will win and the villians as terribly underdeveloped and not believable as they are, will fail. I found after reading 3/4's of the book that I had no interest in finishing it. If the heroes got killed...oh well. If the villians got killed...oh well. When that is all you can feel for a book, the author has utterly failed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fans of Dan Brown's work will eat this up !!
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This was the first of Paul Christopher's books that I read and really loved it. I loved it so much that I've now read Michelangelos Notebook and Rmbrandt's Ghost and they were all great. I'll start on the Templar books next.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read overall.
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Good
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Loved it, A good read,Lots of action and suspense.
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