The Letter from the Virgin

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A letter written two thousand years ago reveals a secret so profound that the Catholic church will go to any length to keep it hidden from the world. The letter and a fabled relic possess powers conferred by heaven - powers that through the centuries spur an epic battle between good and evil.

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  • Category: Fiction » Historical » General
  • Words: 132,830
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781301865017
About Anthony Geraci

I am a neurologist in New York City and also a writer of fiction and non-fiction books. This is a combination well-suited for me as I love to help people and I love to write: so I have put the two together in the form of self-help non-fiction as well as fiction works that will soon be in print and eBook formats. Originally from California, I was educated there and in New York City, my adopted home. After finishing my medical training and a brief career in academic medicine, I opened my private practice, neurOasis, in New York in 2007.

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Review by: Vivia Dennis on June 15, 2013 :
Although the title makes this book sound like a religious novel, it is far from that. Yes, there is rich historical detail about the first century in Rome, with the details continuing throughout the book that create visuals of the scenes. But the meat of the book is mystery and intrigue, and it really keeps you guessing. I was also impressed with the writing. The structure is tight, with a wonderful story line, and packs a punch! At first I thought it might be too long of a read. But once I got into it, the hours flew by until near the end, I literally couldn't put it down and had a few very late nights! The climax about the Letter was so powerful, that I was yelling in my apartment, wow! this is quite a bombshell! I also appreciated the fact that the ending sets up for a sequel. If you want a great summer read, don't let this one get away.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
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