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(Payne & Jones – Book 2). A BRUTAL PATTERN The first victim is abducted in Italy then crucified over a thousand miles away. The next day, the same crime is. This is the official website of #1 bestselling thriller author, Chris Kuzneski. Kuzneski elbows his way into the overcrowded field of the papal thriller with his sophomore effort (after ‘s racially charged The Plantation), combining the.

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Sign of the Cross (Payne and Jones, book 2) by Chris Kuzneski

To ask other readers questions about Sign of the Crossplease sign up. Really, I would give this story 3. The plot was a twisting, action-packed and thrilling journey with a diverse,humorous cast of characters. Retrieved 27 April Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. But his most dangerous enemies operate outside the law of man Oct 20, Melie rated it it was amazing. Books of the Week. Pandora’s Ark Revised Aign. Just stay away from this book unless you feel that Dan Brown and Clive Cussler are too advanced for you and that you need something easier to read.


If you are looking for cnris thriller or even an easy beach read, you’d be better served to look elsewhere. The novel started well, but I noticed myself cringing at the end of the chapters with the ham-fisted foreshadowing. Mystic- An Adventure from the Myrmidon Files.

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Its discovery makes him the most wanted criminal in all of Europe. This is impossible to do when the author ends each chapter with some cliched phrase like ” Humankind must be saved! This page was last edited on 7 Octoberat Kuzneski came up in my recommendations because he writes fast paced adventure novels like two of my favourite authors, the previously mentioned Berry and Rollins.

Sign of the Cross is an easy read. Chris Kuzneski focuses on story, action and history with a vague hint of romance making the book very interesting.

It had me going to bed really early, like 3 or 4 in the morning just to fulfill my desire to chis what would happen next. Kf thrilled to be adding him to my list of favorite authors. It turns out the victim is a Vatican priest, and his murder is just the first. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Seriously, it felt like the end of every scene or chapter Kuzneski would have a line like “Little did they know that only two of them would return. Those who ha How best to describe this thriller is tough.


To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Or he got very confused and on another book cover is a quote which reads, “Christ this is awful! And there’s plenty of opportunity for gore: It makes you second guess whether or not the story is true. Showing of 97 reviews.

There is an underlying casual sexism and racism to the novel that is unintentional, but jarring. I do realize that Chris Kuzneski is not a “new” author, but is new to me. In short, read tye book. I have all the other Kuzneskis waiting on my bookcase. He writes like a dream and his thriller style is nigh on flawless.


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The style of narrative is occasionally distracting, with ‘cliffhanger’ type foreboding frequently used at the chapter ends, which were completely unnece Sign of the Cross is an easy read. Anyone who likes a romp. Chris Kuzneski flawlessly and seamlessly combines truth and fiction to create a wonderfully entertaining story.