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The Scroll

The Scroll (Paperback)

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Arriving in Paris on business, technical troubleshooter Maggie Purcell finds time to head for the flea market, where she discovers the perfect souvenir for her terminally-ill sister, Beth. An ancient scroll, mysteriously wrapped with the gift, catapults Maggie and her co-worker Reeve Hawkins into a world of kidnap and pursuit after the shopkeeper falls victim to a brutal murder. The action jets from Europe to the USA, and then to the Middle East, the apparent origin of the scroll, where the pursuers make it clear they will stop at nothing to retrieve it. Maggie and Reeve fi nd themselves menaced by those who would take back the scroll and at odds with each other over what could prove to be a Dead Sea Scroll. Could the scroll be traced back to the time of Jesus Christ? What is His connection to it? What secrets does it hide? The Scroll is an intelligent, fast-paced thriller by a bright new talent, Cat LeDevic.

Fiction & PoetryModern & contemporary fiction post c 1945 Publisher: Panoma Press Publication Date: 01/07/2006 ISBN-13: 9781905823000  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Cat LeDevic graduated from MTSU with a degree in Computer Science. A longtime technical writer, she has lived all over the world, including Europe and the Middle East. She modeled in Paris and attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. She had a small part in the cult classic movie, 'Porky's'. Her love of computer technology and interesting people prompted her to purchase www.jokersupdates.com, which has grown into an international community from which she draws much creative inspiration. The Scroll is her debut novel, and the first of a trilogy. Cat currently resides in Nashville with her father, 3 temperamental Siamese cats, and a St Bernard with a drooling issue.

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