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The Trinity Game (The Game Trilogy Book 1) [Kindle Edition]

Sean Chercover
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

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2013 International Thriller Award Nominee

Daniel Byrne is an investigator for the Vatican’s secretive Office of the Devil’s Advocate—the department that scrutinizes miracle claims. Over ten years and 721 cases, not one miracle he tested has proved true. But case #722 is different; Daniel’s estranged uncle, a crooked TV evangelist, has started speaking in tongues—and accurately predicting the future. Daniel knows Reverend Tim Trinity is a con man. Could Trinity also be something more?

The evangelist himself is baffled by his newfound power—and the violent reaction it provokes. After years of scams, he suddenly has the ability to predict everything from natural disasters to sports scores. Now the mob wants him dead for ruining their gambling business, and the Vatican wants him debunked as a false messiah. On the run from assassins, Trinity flees with Daniel’s help through the back roads of the Bible Belt to New Orleans, where Trinity plans to deliver a final prophecy so shattering his enemies will do anything to keep him silent.

About the Author

Sean Chercover is a former private detective turned novelist and screenwriter. A native of Toronto, he has held a motley assortment of jobs over the years, including video editor, scuba diver, nightclub magician, encyclopedia salesman, and truck driver. He is the author of two award-winning novels featuring Chicago private investigator Ray Dudgeon: Big City, Bad Blood and Trigger City. After living in Chicago; New Orleans; and Columbia, South Carolina, Sean has returned to Toronto where he lives with his wife and son. His fiction has won the Anthony, Shamus, CWA Dagger, Dilys, and Crimespree awards, and been shortlisted for the Edgar, Barry, Macavity, Arthur Ellis and ITW Thriller awards.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2035 KB
  • Print Length: 429 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas & Mercer (July 31 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006YZ2DFU
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #55,381 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Hacker priests? Feb. 1 2013
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This novel is a bit frayed about the edges, but it is amusing enough to read. Daniel, the hero, is a Catholic priest who is a miracle investigator for Rome - he investigates supposed miracles to see if they are genuine or fake. In several years of investigation he has found no real miracles and his faith is shaky. Unknown to him, the Catholic Church is a battleground for two secret societies that seek to control that venerable institution, although I can't think why they bother. It turns out that Daniel is a sort of ecclesiastical Jack Reacher (sorry Mr Child) who uses his experience as a golden gloves boxer to pop bad guys on the nose. One astounding scene has the leader of one of the secret societies and a roomful of young priests who are hacking into GM's On*Star system. Oh yes, and Daniel has a rich uncle who is a Louisiana TV preacher who doesn't believe in God. He also has a beautiful former girlfriend - will he take up with her again. Read the book to find out.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Captivating. Jan. 28 2013
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Characters are believable and entertaining. Fast paced with several stories intertwined. Characters develop quickly and the New Orleans setting is so appropriate and believable, being part of the Bible Belt.
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By ppsphil
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I thoroughly enjoyed reading The Trinity Game and although I'm pretty stingy with 5 star ratings this book came very close to that but there are a few minor things that justify my deducting 1. I found the writing style and character development quite better than just acceptable and the plot pretty straight forward and moved forward fast enough with enough twists to keep me interested and involved without
getting me too confused especially with the very many people and/or agencies, each with their own agenda , trying to eliminate Trinity. However that proliferation of antagonists is one of my reasons for downgrading the rating. It was quite difficult to keep track of all the players and what were their actual interests. Perhaps the author should have included a programme! That leads to another slight flaw in that I think the ending left too many of these agencies, like the Foundation and the Council, just hanging loose without really tying up who or what they were and what their agenda really involved. I will admit I've cheated a bit and snuck a peak at the synopsis of the sequel and I think this vagueness actually leads into the next book, which I already have and intend to read, so I didn't put a lot of weight onto that little problem. There is lots of action and a fairly realistic romantic angle leading it all up to a rather spectacular ending with a twist that, although personally I didn't really like, I should have seen coming and was probably the only way this story could have ended. I still don't quite understand the stuff with the Voodoo religion which was introduced late in the book and which I don't think was really needed or advanced the plot any.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Janet -Sask. Jan. 24 2013
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This was a very good read. Some interesting twists and turns and somewhat predictable at the end. I would like to read more from this author.
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