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The Begat Legacy
     

The Begat Legacy

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by Jim Payton
 

Could a down and out police detective be descended from Jesus Christ? Why are he and his women in danger?
Why is his under-age female informant murdered? Who is Father Joe? Is the Order of the Nazarene really sanctioned by Rome and what has an old government spy base got to do with it all?

Overview

Could a down and out police detective be descended from Jesus Christ? Why are he and his women in danger?
Why is his under-age female informant murdered? Who is Father Joe? Is the Order of the Nazarene really sanctioned by Rome and what has an old government spy base got to do with it all?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045051651
Publisher:
Jim Payton
Publication date:
10/29/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
783,551
File size:
592 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

My wife and I live in Masterton, New Zealand, enjoying our retirement. Our five children have long left home and have provided us with 12 Grand children. I have lived a life of varied occupations ranging from an Avionics Fitter in the Royal New Zealand Air force, a Detective in the New Zealand Police, a Private Investigator and far too many other jobs. Retirement allows me to spend more time writing, when my wife's list of 'jobs to do' have been attended to.

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The Begat Legacy 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This 450 page novel was poorly written. The grammer was pretty bad. The editing could have been better in this rather violent book. The first victim had her baby riding in a car seat, in front seat next to her. WRONG! An older daughter was in the back seat, the details of their death are cringe worthy. There are many adult topics in this book. It jumps from place to place and topic to topic very rapidly and there are many characters. It is hard to keep up. Alot more could have been said with a lot less words. The wording is rather juvenile. For men and women. AD