Ark of Fire

Ark of Fire

Book - 2009
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Photographer Edie Miller witnesses a murder and the theft of an ancient Hebrew relic. Fearing authorities are complicit, she turns to a historian for help. Neither realizes the breadth of the crime, its ties to a government conspiracy, or its connection to the most valuable relic in history-until they are both marked for execution.
Publisher: New York :, Berkley Books,, 2009.
Copyright Date: ©2009
ISBN: 9780425231463
Characteristics: 387 pages ;,18 cm.

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ahaynes12 Oct 01, 2012

This is my first comment. I am compelled to warn readers about this ‘novel’, which is an insult to the word novel. I can only discern that Ark of Fire was written to torture the populace. It is definitely one of the worst composite of the written word ever published.

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Olympia
May 17, 2010

It builds up okay but then falls off fast to a simplistic ending.

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