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The Sign by Raymond Khoury

The Sign

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The Sign by Raymond Khoury
Mass Market Paperback
Mar 30, 2010
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    Mar 30, 2010 | ISBN 9780451228208

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    May 19, 2009 | ISBN 9781101052655

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“Raymond Khoury explores the concept of religion by posing the ever-present question What if? in a unique and appealing way. It’s fiercely intelligent and equally curious. Khoury casts his fictional world in a dark pall—a fitting atmosphere for his protagonists as they race both time and shadowy instincts toward a scintillating conclusion. The Sign is a rapid paced adventure that delivers equal quantities of story and lesson, neither one suffering in the process. Khoury’s background as a screenwriter shows. He is especially adept at action scenes. His expertly chosen verbs cause the scenes to leap from the page. You can literally feel the blows as they’re landed; wince as the bullets find their marks. He has an intense brand of storytelling all his own. The Sign is a prize to be savored.”—New York Times bestselling author Steve Berry
 
“[A] solid thriller…Unrelenting action and a suitably twisted ending.”—Publishers Weekly
 
“Khoury’s thrillers engage the reader’s mind, even as they move at a breakneck pace. His first two novels were first-rate adventure yarns, and so is this one…Readers who like their thrillers to have a solid intellectual component will enjoy Khoury’s books very much. Given the high quality of each of his novels, it seems fair to say that he may be around for a while.”—Booklist
 
“This is a thoughtful book with a powerful message and yet also a thrilling read with compelling, well-developed characters. Highly recommended.”—Library Journal

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