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Theyve found a piece of a much bigger puzzle and a trail of clues that could get them killedFrom a mysterious monastery to a sunken ship in the Caribbean the second instalment of the Finn Ryan Conspiracy Thrillers The Lucifer Gospel is perfect for fans of AG Riddle Mark Greaney and Michael Byr. Looking for the tomb of an apostle and finding a medallion leads her and photographer Virgil into intrigue and mystery Scary thriller of a book but couldn t put it down Something in the Wine The Moonstone Series her and photographer Virgil into intrigue and mystery Scary thriller of a book but couldn t put it down

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The Lucifer Gospel (The Finn Ryan Conspiracy Thrillers Book 2)

An ancient medallion threatens to shake the foundations of history and puts Finn Ryan in mortal dangerIn the desert of North Africa young archaeologist Finn Ryan stumbles upon a seventy year old plane wreck and a shocking revelation that threatens to unravel an entire faithFinn and charismatic. Who is after the Lucifer gospel and how can Finn stop them Did Jesus write a gospel and if so why call it the Lucifer gospel I m not sure that is answered but the rushing around to try and keep it out of the hands of the baddies is worth a read

REVIEW The Lucifer Gospel (The Finn Ryan Conspiracy Thrillers Book 2)

Photographer Virgil Hilts are scoring the Sahara for the long lost tomb of an apostle But they find something they arent looking for signs of a decades old murder along with an ancient Roman medallion bearing the infamous name of a fallen archangelIt doesnt take long for them to realize that. I ve read a number of other books by this author from the Doc Holliday series so I thought I d try a different set of characters Early on the plot is engaging and the story progresses at a pace however about two thirds of the way through the changes in location and then the subseuent discoveries do reuire the reader to disappointingly suspend belief for such a large object to remain undiscovered under water only 150ft down for 60 years and then for a room that s been underwater for that time to be in good enough condition to give the details the author offers was too much Also the sets of skills that the two protagonist just happen to have as the plot develops is too implausible The main protagonists final escape is also a step too far for belief that one let alone both survive These unrealistic elements even for what passes in this genre from this and other authors spoils what is otherwise a good read


7 thoughts on “The Lucifer Gospel (The Finn Ryan Conspiracy Thrillers Book 2)

  1. says:

    Who is after the Lucifer gospel and how can Finn stop them Did Jesus write a gospel and if so why call it the Lucifer gospel I'm not

  2. says:

    This is a fun read and part of a series which are all good reading

  3. says:

    I've read a number of other books by this author from the Doc Holliday series so I thought I'd try a different set of characters Early on the plot is engaging and the story progresses at a pace however about two thirds of the way through the changes in location and then the subseuent discoveries do reuire the reader to disappointingly suspend belief for such a large object to remain undiscovered under water only 150ft do

  4. says:

    This is the third book by Paul Christopher that I have now read and whilst I find this particular book on a par with what I have read of this author to date it would certainly have benefitted from explaining the thinking behind the title in a

  5. says:

    Looking for the tomb of an apostle and finding a medallion leads her and photographer Virgil into intrigue and mystery Scary thriller of a book but couldn't put it down

  6. says:

    Enjoyed this book very much Good plot and lively characters On par with James Becker Will read love the Templar’s

  7. says:

    Book was a goid read but appeared to lack parts of the plotstory line but otherwise found it was enjoyable

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