The Knowledge of Good and Evil ~ by Glenn Kleier, 2011
Read an excerpt.
Summary from the Publisher:
On December 4, 1968, world-famous theologian Father Louis Merton visited the ancient Dead City of Polonnaruwa, Ceylon, entered the Cave of the Spirits of Knowledge, and experienced a vision. It’s claimed he found a backdoor to the Afterlife, that he looked into the Mind of God and escaped with a secret so powerful it could change all humanity ... bring wars to a standstill ... end forever the age-old hatreds between races, creeds and cultures.This one sounds very good. And the good news for ME is that the book arrived in the mail Saturday. Yippee! Thank you, Wendy!
Six days later as Merton prepared to announce his discovery at a religious conference, he suffered a horrific death under mysterious circumstances. But the secret did not die with him. Merton left behind a journal.
Years later, beautiful psychologist Angela Weber and her troubled fiancé, Ian Baringer, are on the hunt for Merton’s long-lost journal and its door to the Afterlife. Angela, an agnostic, wants to help Ian heal the wounds of a traumatic childhood plane crash that took the lives of his parents. Ian, a defrocked priest, no longer trusts in religion’s promise of eternal life. He must know for certain if he will ever see his parents again, and is driven to find out firsthand what lies beyond, and what it holds for mankind.
Together, Angela and Ian plunge headlong into a global chase, pursued by a shadowy cult, dead bodies, and destruction in their wake. If Ian and Angela succeed, they will defy the gates of heaven and hell to learn a secret hidden from the world since the dawn of time.
Today's Monday, so I think I'll call this Mailbox Monday, even though I've never done this meme before. The book did arrive in the mail, after all. This photo comes from Wendy's blog.
This week’s edition of Mailbox Monday is being hosted by Leah at Amused by Books. To share what arrived in your mailbox and see what other readers got in the mail this week, click here. Be warned: Leah says joining the fun "can lead to envy, toppling TBR piles, and humongous wish lists."