When journalist Ross Hunter gets a phone call from a person claiming to have proof of God’s existence, he’s tempted to dismiss the old man as a nutcase. But after meeting Dr Cook, Ross finds himself intrigued, if a little sceptical. Following an urgent call with the offer of further proof, Ross discovers Cook’s mutilated body, and realises there may be a story there after all. But with several organisations also chasing the story, is Ross prepared to risk his life as well as that of his pregnant wife?
Inspired by real events, Peter James has spent years putting this book together. Packed with details that show the depth of his research, his tale takes us from England to Egypt and America, chasing the Holy Grail, tracking down DNA evidence and the possibility of a finding a living descendant of Christ. At more than 600 pages, this is an epic book, though the author’s writing style makes it an easy and enjoyable read. With twists and turns and plenty of surprises, James takes us on a fascinating and thought-provoking journey that beats Dan Brown hands down.
A clever and meticulously researched book that’ll appeal to anyone who’s ever wondered what would happen if someone stumbled on proof of God.
This sounds intriguing, Colin. It reminds me a bit of Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark.
It’s exactly like that, though without the whips, cowboy hats and Nazis!