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Film director Anna Engel plunges into a tomb in Jerusalem, Israel, for the fight of her life. The murder victim - defaced and reassembled as an ancient symbol - could be her daughter Hellen. If that doesn't kill Anna in the Holy Land, her failure to instantly solve the corpse's symbolism will. But Anna cannot solve her autistic-savant daughter's cryptic codes even if it is Hellen. Anna flees into some of Europe's most sacred places, hunting clues to solve Hellen. All while a killer called Vatican Jack slaughters everywhere she goes, framing her a killer. An international fugitive, Anna battles the two men who aid her running crime spree - a rabid anti-Catholic Scientologist and a German-Jewish historian who walks her through bloody history. About to die in Nazi-Vatican secrets and an unthinkable deception involving the Christian cross, Anna's mystical calling needs a miracle. She has only six days to unleash Hellen onto the world or die again, while everything seems to be dragging her toward an unimaginable truth. "Told in stylish, if not cocky prose that might be equaled only by contemporary noir great Boston Teran, Holy Autism is at once disturbing but profoundly thought provoking. It's just plain better written than Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code and in many ways, more fascinating." Vincent Zandri, author of As Catch Can and Moonlight Falls.
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Book Description Daniel Forant, Jr., 2009. Condition: Very Good. Former Library book. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Seller Inventory # GRP82701106