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I'm always intrigued when a writer who has a good thing going suddenly jumps the rails into new territory. I appreciate the courage, or lunacy (or combination thereof), that it takes to make that leap. Sean Chercover had a hell of a good thing going with his series of Ray Dudgeon PI novels including Big City, Bad Blood and Trigger City, but he decided to wander out on the creative ledge. Boy, am I glad he did.
The Trinity Game is the first in a trilogy about an investigator tasked with verifying miracles for the Vatican... Read the rest of this review at www.kindlepost.com.
Daniel Byrne has been sent by the Vatican's Office of Devil's Advocate (which has been disbanded but still unofficially works) to debunk Tim Trinity's voices and prophecies. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Sheila Gallagher
I rarely give five star reviews, but this one really deserved it for the depth and breadth of the plot as well as the incredibly diverse characters. Read morePublished 16 days ago by AVB
Really liked the story. It's got just the right amount of intrigue, weirdness and tension to create a good read.Published 18 days ago by Wisconsin Jim
A spell binder of a story that mixes the spiritual with the secular. ..... ...... .. ... ... ... ..Published 22 days ago by Amazon Customer
Enjoyed it but the ending was expected and abrupt. I liked the main character a lot and will have to see if there is a sequel.Published 22 days ago by Carol M. Miller
Thought this was an interesting plot at the time but now that it has been two months since I read this book the details have been muddled with other readingsPublished 27 days ago by Virginia Sparks