(Payne & Jones – Book 2). A BRUTAL PATTERN The first victim is abducted in Italy then crucified over a thousand miles away. The next day, the same crime is. This is the official website of #1 bestselling thriller author, Chris Kuzneski. Kuzneski elbows his way into the overcrowded field of the papal thriller with his sophomore effort (after ‘s racially charged The Plantation), combining the.

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The characters are paper thin as is the mysteries presented within, however, despite these prominent flaws it remains cjris interesting enough to hold your attention. Are these great men actually reading the same book as me or is it just some dreamy eyed editor getting paid to come up with these quotes? Their development goes nowhere, and the reader’s only sense of coss these two men are is a laundry list of predictable wise-cracks and puns.

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Action, suspense, mystery, and a biting thread of humor. Some readers may not notice these issues, although I note many reviews complain about the foreshadowing, and it was entertaining enough for me to finish reading, so others may find this enjoyable.

Meanwhile a team of killers are reenacting the crucifixion, because, you know, that’s what Jesus would have wanted. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.

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JovePenguin UK. Catch him on http: I just wish it never had went into the gritty details,because it can be uncomfortable at times.


If he does that, he could become the next Dan Brown or Steve Berry. Or he got very confused and on another book cover is a quote which reads, “Christ this is awful!

What to do with this book now.? Sign of the Cross is a fast paced action adventure novel in the vein of Steve Berry, James Rollins, or that guy who wrote the book that annoyed the Pope; what was his name? He writes like a dream and his thriller style is nigh on flawless. Its fo makes him the most wanted criminal in all of Europe. I hope they are better than this one.

: Sign of the Cross (Payne & Jones) (): Chris Kuzneski: Books

kuznesk The author, riding the popularity of the super-secret religious thriller wave thanks, Dan Brown! Nevertheless, he is the most exciting writer that I have found in a number of years. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: This continued until I would start preemptively cringing as I reached the end of each chapter. Forbidden City Beijing, China. You submitted the following rating and review.

Come on, Penguin, did you run out of Jane Austen novels to reprint or something? Some readers may not notice these issues, although I note many reviews complain about the foreshadowing, and it was entertaining enough for me to finish reading, so others may find this enjoyable.

This is impossible to do when the author ends each chapter with some cliched phrase like ” Charles Boyd and his assistant Maria Pelati discover a year-old scroll underneath off Italian town of Orvieto that contains “a secret that would change Want to Read Currently Reading Read. But his most dangerous enemies operate outside the law of man If you are looking for a thriller or even an easy beach read, you’d be better served to look elsewhere.


Berkley; First Edition edition September 26, Language: This writing is, at best, turgid. But the way the scene was written it sounded like the author was desperately trying to sound progressive and PC. The characters Payne and Jones are balanced with good and bad traits. Little did I know that in two hours I would be fighting for my life.! Sitn of the Gods. Ratings and Reviews 0 20 star ratings 0 reviews. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.

His technique of moving from events in one location to those in another keeps the interest rate at a very high level, but did not seem to be called for as much sgn this story. I wonder if the author has ever been to Dover – a more unlikely place cannot be imagined.