Penguin, 2007 M04 1 - 405 páginas
A lost past. A hidden Gospel. A shocking discovery.

It's 1948, and British nurse Gemma Bastian travels to Cairo to close the affairs of her late father, staying at the home of David Lazar, her father's oldest friend, and his enigmatic sons. While she's there she stumbles across her father's last and most closely guarded archaeological project, one that could change the Christian world forever: the discovery of the legendary Lost Gospels. Torn between two brothers and beset by ominous warnings, Gemma finds herself caught in an intricate web of love and betrayal where she fights to resurrect her own shattered life and a faith that was lost to all of humanity.

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Growing up in an Irish Catholic family in the 1960s and 70s was an experience steeped in church-every-Sunday, frilly white communion dresses, tiny silver crucifixes on delicate little chains, nuns ... Leer comentario completo

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Crítica de los usuarios  - indygo88 - LibraryThing

This was a fictional story based loosely on the discovery of the Lost Gospels. After her father dies somewhat unexpectedly & suspiciously while in Egypt, Gemma Bastian travels to Cairo to clean out ... Leer comentario completo


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Tucker Malarkey was a founding editor of Tin House, a literary journal based in Portland, Oregon, and New York. A graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop, she is a former researcher/writer for The Washington Post. Resurrection, her second novel, follows her critically acclaimed An Obvious Enchantment.

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