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.
ISBN: 9780425231463
Characteristics: 387 p. ;,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.

May 17, 2010

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

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