Three Religions, one killer by Benn Flore

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'Three Religions, One Killer' is a thriller fiction that describes how television could conquer the world, while competition was literally killing. It is the newly native edited English translation of a succesfull Dutch thriller. The book won the University Version of the American/Dutch Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedom Award, for Freedom of Speech, handed over by Roosevelts grandsons.

The sporty twelve year old David Kerzner dreams about a future in developing the wooden box with glass eye we now know as television. In Worldwar II, when he is eighteen, the young jude flees from Amsterdam back to America. He starts exploiting television in Boston, supported by a muslim and christian friend, instead of fighting each other.

David must compete ex nazi Corbijn. That traitor stole all the possesions of the Kerzner family, as well as Davids ideas. Corbijns competition is literally killing.

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Published February 8, 2011 by Florad Publishing. 210 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, History, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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