Preacher Stalls the Second Coming

(Evan Wycliff #4) (Evan Wycliff Mysteries)

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Pub Date 05 Mar 2024 | Archive Date 01 Apr 2024

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The most controversial Preacher Wycliff mystery yet! Fourth in the multiple-award-winning mystery series

A crazed scientist knocks on Evan’s door with a bizarre warning - the Deep State may be planning to fake the Second Coming of Christ with advanced virtual-reality technology. Meanwhile, a faith-healing evangelist is luring poor and homeless people to a religious retreat with promises of ample food, then exhorting them to prepare for the End Times by starving themselves to death. Evan can’t ignore these unbelievable stories when a young woman from his church disappears inside the cult leader’s farm.

Previous novels in the Evan Wycliff series have won 9 book awards, including Mystery Gold and Silver in the New York City Big Book Awards in the same year.

The most controversial Preacher Wycliff mystery yet! Fourth in the multiple-award-winning mystery series

A crazed scientist knocks on Evan’s door with a bizarre warning - the Deep State may be...


Advance Praise

This is literature masquerading as a mystery. Carefully yet powerfully, Gerald Jones creates a small, stunning world in a tiny midwestern town, infusing each character with not just life but wit, charm, and occasionally menace. This is the kind of writing one expects from John Irving or Jane Smiley. - Marvin J. Wolf, author of the Rabbi Ben Mysteries, including A Scribe Dies in Brooklyn

This is literature masquerading as a mystery. Carefully yet powerfully, Gerald Jones creates a small, stunning world in a tiny midwestern town, infusing each character with not just life but wit...


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ISBN 9798986095394
PRICE $4.99 (USD)
PAGES 332

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