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  • All because Mark blamed Reverend Glory for making him believe that the rapture was coming, this caused him to borrow money from the mob to buy that boat'
  • And you'll have only sympathy for poor Charlie as he struggles to fit in at his church

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      Mark Hogan has killed his pastor Reverend Daniel Glory - at least he thinks he has.

      Mark Hogan has it all - great job, great family, great church and a position on the church board the only thing missing is a boat. He dreams, he searches boat lots and decides he has to have a 2008 Bayliner 192. When Reverend Daniel Glory announces that the tribulation will happen on October 17th at 5:51 am and has even written a book ‘107 Reasons Jesus is Coming Back in 2007′. Mark puts everything else in his life on hold as he knows this is it he has to have that boat even it means borrowing the money from the mob. But


      what does it matter if the rapture is coming he won’t have to pay it back because he will be gone. But than Reverend Glory was wrong Jesus didn’t come back!

      Now Mark is running for his life knowing the mob must be after him wanting their money, and the police must be after him after that argument with Reverend Glory and hitting him in the head. All because Mark blamed Reverend Glory for making him believe that the rapture was coming, this caused him to borrow money from the mob to buy that boat’. His wife who knows nothing, has stopped calling to see if he’s coming to the hospital to see his son who wrecked the brand ...


      • new truck that he had to have to haul the brand new boat and can’t pay for it either’..

        The mob’s muscle Cleaver and Lamb have their hands full with orders from crime boss Massey to get Reverend Glory to move his church so he can have the land and leaning on candidates for the special election of City Council and keeping tabs on Cleaver’s ex wife.

        It all falls into the hands of two detectives Charlie Pasch and Tom Griggs to solve the murder and stop the rash of crimes but are they somehow all connected?

        You’ll find yourself at times laughing out loud at the antics between Cleaver and Lamb and the conversations between Charlie and Tom. And

        you’ll have only sympathy for poor Charlie as he struggles to fit in at his church.

        The author Chris Well has done a great job with this page turner, his third suspense novel a definite 4 on the wow scale and a 5 on God moves scale that keeps you guessing till the very last page as to what will happen next and an ending that is totally unexpected.

        At times it seems there are too many characters but it all comes together as each one really has a part to play in this really good novel.

        Knowing this is the second novel with detectives Charlie and Tom makes this reviewer wonder what will be the next great suspense for these two detectives?




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