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The Lost Symbol - Devil's Bible

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Author: Richard Stan Brown

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The German author, writer of detective stories and well known under the pseudonym Ron B. Dawn, travels to the Baltic, finally to write the story of his life. A thriller about the perfect crime. During his journey on various trains, the writer comes to know a fellow traveler, one who makes him understand, that no perfect human crime will ever be comfortable. Only one existed, and that took place some 2000 years ago. Furthermore, the stranger warns strictly to read any books, defining books to be of a dangerous nature. Especially the mysterious Devil's Bible, as this book turns the Holy Bible completely upside down.

ckn

Wow...lots to think about.


local_hero88

Spelling style takes getting used to, nevertheless successful story. Yes, we don't need to fear the devil or any and all of his angels! Jesus is Lord!


Joerg60

hard, fast, honest, full wisdom, very interesting


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Richard Stan Brown

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