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Dead Hypocrites
Laura Ware
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Dead Hypocrites

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In Palmetto City, Florida, a maid discovers a preacher and his mistress murdered in a hotel room. Detective David Hill, a Christian, gets the case. More people die, their secret sins exposed to all. Hill discovers that the killer, who calls himself Truthbringer, may be someone he knows. Can he stop the murderer before he kills again?
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Published December 5th 2011 by Kindle
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Dec 13, 2011 rated it it was amazing
I'm frequently asked to explain why I take the "easy way out," rather than fight my way through life's difficulties without the "crutch" of my religion. Well, anyone who thinks faith is the "easy way out" ought to read Dead Hypocrites. It's a brave work, confronting the issue of professing to be a Christian and yet preaching against your very own secret sins. Perhaps, as a Quaker, I take another "easy way out—by eschewing preaching altogether. Dead Hypocrites gave me plenty to think about.

Jan 23, 2019 rated it really liked it
“Truthbringer” is a self-appointed judge, jury, and executioner of hypocritical Christians. His letters to the press claim that he wants to prove to everyone that Christianity is nothing but lies and fables. He starts out by killing a pair of adulterers, then moves on to others. Christian detective David Hill and his non-religious partner Calvin Anderson get assigned to the case. Hill would rather be off the case–he knows the people being targeted and fears he may know the killer–but his boss in ...more
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