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When Vance's doorbell rings during the dark hours of the night, he doesn't yet suspect that he is about to tumble into an adventure far beyond his wildest dreams. His night-time visitors want him to hand over a testament that has fallen into his hands by coincidence. Vance, antiques dealer and part-time detective, soon discovers that he has to combat a brutal force that wi ...more
Paperback, 418 pages
Published January 14th 2011 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
(first published November 23rd 2010)
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Lovable novel that shows the insanity of religious fanatics through a hard-hitting mystery story. Provides several intertwining story lines, humor and plenty of weird scenes. Mr. Suter has a lot of fantasy at his disposal and uses it to paint a beautiful adventure. I loved how the plot twisted and turned to a great finish.
A good book. What I particularly liked is that it is very rich in fantasy, and that the story has some very surprising twists that you do not expect as a reader. What was unfortunate is that the writer often does not combine sentences in paragraphs, that only struck me after a while, it gives the whole story a weird rhythm, perhaps that can at least be corrected in the eBook. But apart from that, this is an adventure that I will not soon forget: with a hero literally brimming with self-confidenc ...more
Clemens P. Suter is the author of fast-moving adventure stories. “Two Journeys” (2011) describes the adventures of the sole survivor of a pandemic. Its sequel “Fields of Fire” (2016) is the second installment in the Two Journeys trilogy. “Celeterra” (2013) is a dystopian story, centered around the theft of Charles Darwin’s testament. Suter’s novels are suited for all ages, they combine straightfor ...more