According to Their Deeds

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Baker Books, Mar 1, 2009 - Fiction - 368 pages
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Charles Beale lives happily in the shadows of Washington, D.C., as a respectable rare-books dealer. Or mostly respectable. He has a streak of the gambler in him and when a devoted client dies--a man deeply connected to the Justice Department--Beale eagerly regains the man's book collection...and soon finds himself with more than he bid on. In one volume, Beale discovers documents incriminating a host of major political figures--blackmail material that might have led to murder. Weighing questions of justice and mercy--and with a bull's-eye on his back--Beale must untangle a complicated knot of deadly lies and dangerous secrets.

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Review : According to Their Deeds - Paul Robertson - March 2009 According to their deeds , though classified as a Christian fiction is much much more . According to their deeds by Paul Robertson is a ... Read full review

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I received this book to review and I have to say that although it was written in a different style than I normally read I really, really enjoyed the book. In my opinion well worth the read on a summer's afternoon. Read full review


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Paul Robertson is a computer programming consultant and a part-time high school math and science teacher. He is also a former Christian bookstore owner (for 15 years) who lives with his family in Blacksburg, Virginia.

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