The Book of 21 by Todd Ohl

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John McDonough is a Philadelphia detective who just wants a night off. Instead, when the on call detective goes missing, John is assigned to investigate a grisly murder that will change his world. After realizing the victims were researchers at a local university, he uncovers information that links their deaths to a hidden source of great power, and an ancient plan to make a verse from the Book of Revelation ring true. In a danger-filled search for the culprits, he learns he is as much the hunted as the hunter. Soon, the only way out is to solve the riddles the victims left behind and find The Book of 21. Novel Length: Approx. 86,400 words.

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Todd Ohl currently resides inside the Capitol Beltway of Washington, DC. The Book of 21 is his first novel. For more information, please visit
Published June 14, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 276 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Amid the intricately plotted, Da Vinci Code-style story, a flirtatious dance develops between the detective and Amy Ritter, Dunglison’s student on whom McDonough relies for historical knowledge surrounding the mysterious Brethren of Roxborough, a local religious group that may hold the answer to ...

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