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  OBSESSED - TED DEKKER

Stephen Friedman is making quite a bit of money in the real estate market.  He has given up hope of finding his relatives in Poland.  One day something extraordinary happened to him.  Through a clue from the grave, it was discovered that he had become the heir to the fortune left by a Holocaust survivor who recently died.  Could this woman be the mother he had been searching for all these years?

Gerhard Braun had other ideas.  He had an obsession.  One day he told his son, Roth, to read the headline of the paper he was holding.  It read "Fortune Goes to Museum".  A wealthy Jewish woman died.  She had no survivors and donated her entire estate to the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust.  Roth wanted to know what his father was so concerned about.  Gerhard stated "The Stones of David".  However, it was not so much the stones that he was worried about.  He knew if the stones existed so did the journal he had been searching for all this time.  The journal would implicate the entire line of elders.  It listed their names and the names of the women they killed.  Gerhard enlists the help of Roth to find the journal.  Roth, you see, is a serial killer.

Who wins this game of obsession? 

Right from the very first page you will experience an eerie dark feeling of mystery.  The author does an excellent job of setting the stage for this novel.  The characters are interesting and unique.  Ted Dekker is known for novels that are thrilling and this has to be one of his best books.  A little warning - once you start reading this book you will become "obsessed" until you finish it.  This book is highly recommended.

REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON

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