Dan Brown meet Sandra Brown was my comment on Stasi’s Sixth Station. That hasn't changed. This novel is about Judas’s relationship to Jesus. The premise is that Judas and Jesus collaborated on having Judas facilitate Jesus death and resurrection. Rather than Judas being the most hated disciple, the novel suggest Judas whas the most loved. The relationship and the secrets to resurrection are hidden in a tube which shows up in the estate of Roy’s (Alessandra’s best friend) father. The ensuing mayhem is based on the desire of a wide assortment of bad people who want the secret of resurrection.
Alessandra Russo still has a
size chip on her shoulder. She seems less disciplined and more erratic
in this book. She still despises
hypocrisy and authority equally. Once
again she finds herself caught up in a millennium old
religious conspiracy. Manhattan
A one man wrecking crew and possible father of Terry, Alessandra’s son, reappears in this book and is deeply hated and deeply loved.
Once again I think Ms. Stasi clearly points out that religious conflicts have the potential for being the most destructive of wars. The book is a captivating read that alludes to historic conspiracies that force you to ponder. Ms. Stasi makes no attempt to pander to the sensitivities of those who may be offended by her irreverence. This book will surely offend some.
This is an action adventure mystery I enjoyed.
Web: a listing of her NY Daily News articles.
This book may have been received free of charge from a publisher or a publicist. That will NEVER have a beari
ng on my recommendations.