Deadline: a novel

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Multnomah Books, 1994 - Fiction - 427 pages
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Involved in a tragic accident under suspicious circumstances, award-winning journalist Jake Woods must draw upon all his resources in order to uncover the truth in this four cassette audio release of the Randy Alcorn bestseller. Jake soon finds himself swept up in a murder investigation that is both complex and dangerous. Unaware of the threat to his own life, he struggles for answers to the mystery at hand and in doing so is plunged into a deeper search for the meaning to his own existence.

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Well researched and written. -
Not to mention a taut, page turner. - Goodreads
Wow! What insight to a biblical based heaven & more. - Goodreads
Superb suspense writing with a wonderful message. - Goodreads
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The word pictures of heaven were exciting. - Goodreads
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The book covers so many interesting topics which are so essential and significant in a world like this. Deadline is definitely a winner for everyone who is ready or open minded to think deeply about the eternal perspectives.

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Well it was a hard read at first, and still its a hard read at points in the book, though very much worth the effort of the read. That being said if you are new to book or Randy Alcorn, I do not ... Read full review


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Randy Alcorn is the founder and director of Eternal Perspective Ministries (EPM). He is the bestselling author of twenty books, with over one million in print, including the novels Deadline, Dominion, Lord Foulgrin's Letters and the Gold Medallion winner Safely Home. His fourteen nonfiction works include ProLife Answers to ProChoice Arguments, and the stewardship classic Money, Possessions and Eternity. He and his wife, Nanci, live in Gresham, Oregon, and have two grown daughters, Karina and Angela. He enjoys hanging out with his family, biking, tennis, research, and reading.

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