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On the Third Day

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    Piers Paul Read(Author)

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An intellectual thriller putting forth the supposition that Christ did not rise from the dead. It questions what effect this revelation would have on the individual believer, on the Church as a whole and on the political stability of the world. Read has also written "A Season in the West".

'Has the mastery of a well-constructed detective novel ... fascinates, entertains and informs ... exciting, fast-paced, shrewdly amusing.' The Literary Review'Essential reading ... There is a moment of suspense so acute that your reviewer had to put the book down and walk around the room before she could turn the page.' The Times'Gripping and intelligent ... confirming Read as one of our strongest novelists.' The Independent --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Book details

  • PDF | 288 pages
  • Piers Paul Read(Author)
  • Mandarin; New edition edition (17 Oct. 1991)
  • English
  • 9
  • Crime, Thrillers & Mystery

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  • By MarkE on 10 October 2006

    After what felt like years of professional studies, this was the first book I read to relax. For that purpose it was perfect; serious enough to engage, but without being heavy going. At one level it is a detective story, but it goes deeper than that, posing questions about the nature of faith and belief. I bought it because I thought it would be a sort of Christian "Satanic verses", and was wrong, but I'm glad I have read it, and still re-read it regularly.

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