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Gary Williams lives in St. Augustine, Florida, with his wife. Williams has a bachelor’s degree in Business Marketing and writes full time. His hobbies include historical research, fishing, and watching football.

Vicky Knerly is a native of Syracuse, New York, and resides on St. Simons Island, Georgia. Knerly has a bachelor’s degree in English and two masters’ degrees. She has won awards for her research-based writing, and works for a private university based in Melbourne, Florida, where she also teaches as an adjunct professor.

In 2009, Williams and Knerly formally partnered as co-authors.

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  • File Size: 1298 KB
  • Print Length: 396 pages
  • Publisher: AmazonEncore (August 12, 2014)
  • Publication Date: August 12, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00LXG9QH8
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46 of 49 people found the following review helpful By The Kindle Book Review on April 11, 2013
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Gary Willians & Vicky Knerly have magnificiently collaborated to bring to life this riveting, suspenseful and powerful story that will take the reader on a global journey of breathtaking proportions.

The cloth that covered the face of Jesus on the cross, called the Sudarium of Oviedo, is stolen and its theft is hidden from the public when the CIA advises the Church and Spanish Government to do so. The Sudarium must be returned in time for The Feast of the Cross which is only days away. This brings together the unlikely trio of CIA Agent Samuel Tolen, Spanish Inspector Pascal Diaz whose brother was killed during the theft and Dr. Jade Mollur a British archaeologist. While the clock is ticking they must find and return the Sudarium to its rightful place before certain extremist groups take terrorist actions against the United States.

The story takes the reader across the globe to locations that are packed full of history and suspense. The story is fast paced and fashioned in such a powerful and dramatic way the reader will feel their pulse quicken as the story progresses. The characters are well developed and their dialogue is intelligent and credible which lends to the overall uniqueness and magnitude of the story.

The main character of Samuel Tolen is extremely intelligent, dedicated and possesses a great sense of calmness that lends to his overall strength of character. His interactions with Diaz and Mollur are so detailed and informative it's impossible not to learn a great deal as you actually feel present in the story itself.

It is obvious the amount of research and detail that went into the writing of this story.
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35 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Kelly on January 20, 2014
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I was ok with the first few scenes. Had high hopes. I went to a Lutheran school in a town called Oviedo, FL and lived in Jax FL for 10 years. But this book got a little too unrealistic right away. As soon as the trio got to the first sphere and they couldn't move it and all of a sudden a car appeared and crashed into it and they got what they needed. Then in Costa Rica the trio has to boat to a remote area that's hard for them to navigate. Yet soon after a single older man starts firing on them? I finished the book because I thought, how much more unrealistic can this get? I can understand the need to decipher ancient codes and the never ending question of life after death. But any real Christian will be appalled by this book. This is not in anyway like the Da Vinci code. Everything they went through is just unrealistic. Tolen apparently knows everything about everything and can even fly a plane. Oh, and when he starts thinking he has to get away from the Egyptian military plans his little double engine just automatically just starts shutting down and he glides away. I like excitement and I even like paranormal and out of the box. But this was just too ridiculous. Honestly, don't waste your time or money. I even skip paragraphs because they just weren't important.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Jen Antle on September 4, 2013
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I've read other books by the authors and this one did not disappoint in the least!!

This story takes you all over the world, the different characters and the fast paced world traveling, trying to seek the truth with deception at every turn while they try to reclaim the cloth that covered Jesus' face, the Su8darium of Oviedo--- and while they look is there a greater secret out there and are we ready for it??? I kept reading late into the night, trying to finish it just to see how did end!! (That is a good book for me!!)

I highly recommend this story, you definately won't be disappointed... then pick up others by them if you liked this one.. you will be pleased!!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By CajunHeart54 on September 4, 2013
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Gary Williams and Vicky Knerly know how to give you a good story and this is one of them!

The action begins when American CIA operative Samuel Tolen, Spanish inspector Pascal Diaz, and British archaeologist Dr. Jade Mollur embark on a journey to reclaim the Sudarium, which has been stolen from a cathedral in Spain, and sparks a series of grisly murders. Their search takes a surprising turn when a 2,000-year-old clue from Joseph of Arimathea suggests a far greater secret is within reach; a startling discovery that would forever change humanity.

There are enough twists and turns to keep you guessing...
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26 of 32 people found the following review helpful By KaeBee on December 4, 2013
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Historical inaccuracies, wild suppositions and just enough truth to make the gullible wonder...this book was a complete frustration to me.

First of all, how could Joseph of Arimethea, who was most likely an old man at the time of Jesus' death, have outlived all of the disciples, found all of their bodies (some died as far away as India) buried them in a single location, sailed to the new world (Costa Rica to be exact) evangelized a whole culture and then built his own tomb...with amazing booby traps! He would have had to live to be 300! If your primary premise is not believable then the whole book falls apart. I kept on asking myself, how stupid to the authors think I am?

I guess if you don't care about the plot making sense and are looking for a book that uses junk history to try to cast doubt on Christianity, then it is ok...but then again character development was poor, plot was weak, and overall it was mediocre at best. If you want a mind numbing read and want to waste a few hours then it is worth the price I paid was free.
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