Lost by Michelle Hancock
A Novel

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What if you had irrefutable proof that Jesus Christ was actually an instrument of the devil? This disturbing knowledge turns Guy "Coffee" Daniels–a brilliant student of ancient languages at Columbia University–into a tormented panhandler with a death wish.

It all starts when Pia Cecilio, the beautiful daughter of a famous philanthropist, asks him to translate one of the Dead Sea Scrolls–not yet released to the public. What Coffee discovers is a new testament written by Jesus . . . and secrets sure to crush the faith of Christians worldwide!

When Coffee and the document disappear, Pia is forced to track him down. But can she–a devout Catholic scarred by a controlling father–handle the truths revealed in the sacred text?

Christian doctrine is cracked wide open in this provocative suspense thriller that asks the age-old question: "What is evil?"

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Published September 1, 2011 by MIDNIGHT INK. 289 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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