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The Shroud Codex Kindle Edition
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into the Shroud of Turin. Realizing that this is fiction doesn't keep me from wanting to learn more. I liked the story from the perspective of Dr. Castle. However, the book starts with Father Barthlomew. I would like to have known more about what was going on in his head later in the story. I would like to have known more about their interactions as psychiatrist to patient. Since the scenes primarily jump from one scene to the next, the convention of listing the days was helpful and gave a good sense of urgency. I like books that entertain as well as leave some mystery at the end (when appropriate). I believe you'll enjoy the story.
Many characters in the novel are actual participants in Shroud science, not made up. Mr. Corsi's writing is at points excellent and at others a bit uneven. No slam on Mr. Corsi but a skillful, sympathetic editor and a careful proofreader would have been helpful. All said, definitely worth your time and money. You'll like it.