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The Lazarus Vector

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When Professor Clare Malley, a medievalist teaching at a Catholic university in New York City, is asked to discover why sixteen-year-old Jonas Crosswell did not die in a drug-related shoot-out at a neighborhood church, the last thing she expects is a modern-day miracle. But how else to explain how the boy survived multiple gunshot wounds? Was it a miracle performed by the mysterious Father Enoch? Or did St. Lazarus himself intervene? And what does Jonas's experience have to do with Sean, the troubled heir to a pharmaceutical fortune who vanished after he was also—supposedly—miraculously cured? When Clare tries to discover whether there is a connection between Jonas and Sean, she uncovers an all-too-real, unholy conspiracy to use neighborhood drug dealers as unknowing guinea pigs. Sean may be the only one who can answer her questions—and the only one who can truly touch her heart.

From Publishers Weekly

Sep 26, 2016 – In this fascinating contemporary paranormal mystery, Obey deftly combines political intrigue, tests of ethics, and the danger of miracles. Dr. Clare Malley long ago lost hope that her career as a medievalist would lead her to adventure. Then she is invited to investigate the question of whether a man called Father Enoch is performing miracles. Jonas Croswell survives an attempted murder and those who saw him shot say Father Enoch healed him. But the thaumaturgy of Father Enoch is not unfailingly a blessing. He also miraculously healed a young boy who then terrorized the people around him and disappeared. Obey delicately balances a religious procedural investigation with a science fiction twist. Defying genre convention, the characters do not rely upon violence to combat the horrors that surround them. Each could justify giving in to the temptation of revenge, casting aside morals in favor of pragmatism. Obey instead depicts wit and humanity as the only fitting weapons against evil. Heroic acts of kindness and decency subtly demonstrate the power of honest faith, and are contrasted against the brutal reality of a secular world. The delightful prose style propels the narrative to a satisfying conclusion full of hope and love.
The Lazarus Vector
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  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Paranormal
  • Published: Oct 11, 2016
  • Publisher: Amphorae Publishing Group, LLC
  • Seller: Midpoint Trade Books
  • Print Length: 399 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Requirements: To view this book, you must have an iOS device with iBooks 1.3.1 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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