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The Finding
     

The Finding

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by J.R. Shannon
 

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Kyle Ellerby is on a mission. His father was a
controversial minister obsessed with a most remarkable
theory. But his years of work led to ridicule.
Now, this hard-nosed detective is out to clear his
father’s name, but he’s caught in a whirlwind
investigation that’s shrouded in mystery.
He’s joined by his wife, and

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Kyle Ellerby is on a mission. His father was a
controversial minister obsessed with a most remarkable
theory. But his years of work led to ridicule.
Now, this hard-nosed detective is out to clear his
father’s name, but he’s caught in a whirlwind
investigation that’s shrouded in mystery.
He’s joined by his wife, and their friend Monsignor
James Conroy, as they search for answers thousands of
years old.
Miracles abound in this gripping novel ripe for
surprises.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015507126
Publisher:
Gollehon Books
Publication date:
10/19/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
249
File size:
924 KB

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The Finding 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just finished this book because it was recommended to me by a friend. I was a little skepticle. However, the dust jacket doesn't do it justice! This book combines the adventure of a mystery with religious themes, while maintaining a sense of humor about it. The two main characters, a married couple, travel over North America trying to understand the husband's father. What they find are modern day miracles and an ancient scroll that is historically believed to exist: the 'Q' scroll that was a source for the three synoptic gospels. My only major gripe was that Shannon did not really delve deeply enough into contents of the 'Q' scroll, which I wanted to know more about. Unlike The DaVinci Code ( which I also liked), this book ends on a high note, without the ambiguity and religious confusion of Dan Brown's novel. Short and sweet: funny, inspirational quick read.