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From hard-hitting New York Daily News columnist Linda Stasi comes Book of Judas, a riveting religious thriller featuring beloved protagonist Alessandra Russo.
When her infant son is placed in mortal danger, New York City reporter Alessandra Russo is forced to save him by tracking down the missing pages of the Gospel of Judas, a heretical manuscript that was unearthed in Al-Minya, Egypt, in the 1970s. The manuscript declares that Judas was the beloved, not the betrayer, of Jesus.
The Gospel disappeared for decades before being rediscovered, rotted beyond repair, in a safety deposit box. Rumors insist that the most important pages had been stolen - pages that Alessandra now must find, if they even exist.
Do the lost pages contain a secret that will challenge Christianity's core beliefs about the creation of life, or that might hold the power to unleash Armageddon? What if such explosive documents fell into the hands of modern-day terrorists, dictators, or religious fanatics?
Alessandra plunges into a dark world of murder, conspiracy, and sexual depravity...and most importantly, a race against the clock to save her own child.
In this exciting follow-up to The Sixth Station, award-winning journalist Linda Stasi brings her formidable investigative skills, big city street smarts, and fast-flying pen to a thriller that will leave listeners breathless.
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Story of lost pages of book of Judas
A reporter is tracking down the missing pages of the book of Judas. A race against the clock to save her baby. I got confused at times while reading yet other times the descriptions were good. I felt there were many inconsistencies. Many Cuss words throughout the book. I had no idea in the end if Judas was the betrayal or the beloved of Jesus. Confused as to who wasdoing what and I didn't know what was going on at times.
Awesome! Love these type of stories.
Love stories that merge ancient times of Jesus with modern day. I'm going to go read her last