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The Secret Madonna

by J. R. Lankford

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In this sequel to the acclaimed thriller, THE JESUS THIEF, police find an unknown man near death, and evidence of a recent birth, at a crime scene in Central Park. Days later a celebrated scientist, Felix Rossi, holds a press conference at the prestigious University Club in New York. He announces to a startled world that the rumors about him are true. Felix did produce a human clone from DNA he stole from the Shroud of Turin, but he claims both clone and mother died in childbirth. Ten years later, a mysterious woman and boy are living blissfully on Italy's Lake Maggiore in the little yellow villa that is their home, having eluded the world's pursuit. The mother believes the man she loves died while saving her son's life. Did he? If not, will he remember her and help her or give his allegiance to the New York billionaire with Vatican ties who tried to destroy the clone? Soon everyone must face the truth. Is Jess, her child, only a deeply loving but ordinary boy, or a reincarnation of Jesus of Nazareth, bringing a new message to the world?

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