The Veritas Deception There is a way that seems right to a man but in the end it leads to death Proverbs Days after US Senator Malcolm Phillips changes his vote on a bill he sponsored he is murdered and his death di

  • Title: The Veritas Deception
  • Author: Lynne Constantine
  • ISBN: 9780997694215
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Paperback
  • There is a way that seems right to a man, but in the end it leads to death.Proverbs 14 12Days after US Senator Malcolm Phillips changes his vote on a bill he sponsored, he is murdered and his death disguised as an accident He contacted one man before he died investigative journalist, Jack Logan He left Jack a single clue to help him uncover the truth and keep Phillips sThere is a way that seems right to a man, but in the end it leads to death.Proverbs 14 12Days after US Senator Malcolm Phillips changes his vote on a bill he sponsored, he is murdered and his death disguised as an accident He contacted one man before he died investigative journalist, Jack Logan He left Jack a single clue to help him uncover the truth and keep Phillips s widow, Taylor, safe But safe from whom Jack and Taylor s desperate hunt leads them to a vast network of corrupt authority, controlling everything from social media and television programming to law enforcement and US legislation The key to unraveling a complex web of lies is a set of ancient relics, dating back to the time of Christ But what do these relics have to do with a senator s death Allies turn to foes when Jack and Taylor discover that those closest to them are part of the conspiracy and that they too have been manipulated How long has a puppet master been pulling their strings and will Jack and Taylor trust the right people long enough to win what becomes a colossal battle for souls

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    1. Set neatly at the crux between political thriller and religious fantasy, The Veritas Deception opens when a US senator arrives at the door of Jack Logan, journalist, claiming that he’s about to be assassinated. Jack, a character who has clearly lived in interesting times, is skeptical, but sends out feelers to keep track of that particular politician—just in case. When the man turns up dead less than a week later, Jack realises that he may be the only one who can unravel the events leading t [...]

    2. Jack Logan was contacted by US Senator Malcolm Phillips who incidentally dies soon after in what seems like an accident. Now Jack has a single clue to follow up on and find out what exactly is going on. At the same time it is very clear that Malcolm’s widow needs his protection from what seems like nameless and faceless entities. Their hunt leads them to a set of relics but they have no idea why or how it is connected to the murder of the Senator. All they know is that the relics are somehow i [...]

    3. image_538450300884076My Review of “The Veritas Deception” by Lynne ConstantineKudos to Lynne Constantine, Author of “The Veritas Deception” in weaving the intense, captivating , suspenseful, and intriguing plot and the characters in this Psychological Thriller and Mystery. BE WARNED: I suggest that you don’t attempt to read this before you go to sleep. There are hauntingly vivid descriptions of horrific activity and planning. There are twists, turns, adventures, and the chase for life [...]

    4. A good novel begins with a good title. THE VERITAS DECEPTION by Lynne Constantine is no exception. Both the title and the story are terrific. So intricate. And so . . . deceptive!THE VERITAS DECEPTION. Yes, isn’t the truth often . . . deceptive.I tend to read thrillers that take place in the here and now. This one flashes back to biblical times, and then works its way forward to all of the technology, science, medicine, and bio-ethics of modern times. If not, imaginatively, future times as wel [...]

    5. This book was incredible! Though fiction, it read like it was stripped from today's headlines. It began with a murder/assassination and a plot that seemed impossible to believe, as Taylor, the main character, is rushed to safety by someone she had a past with. As the story unraveled between her and her caretaker, Jack, the evil that abounded from the past into present-day was astounding and definitely chasing them as they ran from it. Reading this, I went through many emotions: sadness, exciteme [...]

    6. I like the title. It drew me to the book. Although the author writes well, she was way too ambitious. This book is all over the place. It is two books, three books, maybe even four books rolled into one. The stories don't jell and it was a story that refused to end. This should also be characterized as Christian fiction.

    7. This book hooked me from the beginning and kept me sitting on the edge of my seat and unable to stop reading. The book does end with a surprising twist but unsatisfying resolution. The characters worked so hard and sacrificed too much for their story to end this way--so, I truly hope this means there is a sequel in the making. I received a free copy of this book from Story Cartel.

    8. This is a great novel giving one possible way the end times might be brought about. A man has made a pact with the devil and is diligently creating the scene to welcome in the Antichrist. He has resources everywhere and it seems like no one can stop him.There are many interesting issues included in this plot. One is genetic engineering. Another is the deliberate control of the culture. People are being manipulated into accepting immorality via television programs. If you ever wondered if there m [...]

    9. This story has an abundance of characters running the spectrum from weak and easily manipulated to strong willed and some who are power hungry that make this a riveting suspense.Damon Crosse is a powerful and evil man who is using mass corruption of the pharma industry, movie and television programming, births, abortions, prostitutions, faith in God, and more in order to control all people.But there are others like Damon's son Jeremy and Jack, Taylor's old boyfriend, who are determined to stop h [...]

    10. The Veritas Deception was a great read. Due to my schedule, I had to read this in many short clips, but I kept coming back and I never got confused on what was going on, even when I couldn't get to it for a few days. Everyone was either being chased or was trapped. And talk about patience to let an evil plan come together! The villain wanted to well, no spoilers. Let's just say the villain was a pretty bad dude who wanted some religious coins to complete his heinous puzzle. The problem was tryin [...]

    11. A scary version of good versus evil.An in depth look at human depravity and Satan's power. The author also wrote about God and people who had faith in Him, but the evil seemed more powerful. It was well written and scary in spite of my faith. I hope the sequel shows more victories for God's people. I couldn't put it down. Really good book.

    12. Wow! I did not expect this! What an ending! Can't wait for the sequel! There had better be a sequel!! Great read from start to finish. Well written! Really loved this book!

    13. I remember a display in Munich Germany at the 50th anniversary of the surrender in Europe of the Axis powers. This particular exhibit was very striking because it contained propaganda used by Hitler and later by his NSDAP party members. Horrifyingly well aimed marketing tools, supporting the Worker, jobs and better conditions, Bavarian Nationalist materials keyed to the interest of that group, German Centerists, Prussians, and so on very precisely keyed to their target markets. One of the most e [...]

    14. Hi Bumbles! Yesterday, I was lucky enough to receive a review copy of, The Veritas Deception, by Lynne Constantine. Thank you Ms. Constantine for the chance to review your work! All opinions are my ownI can say with confidence that this author writes dastardly characters supremely well. This is a thriller that has some twisty, dark content. (It has elements of abuse in it, so please be aware before you read). The evilness of the main character made my skin crawl, which made me root even harder f [...]

    15. Couldn’t put it down!What a wonderful story! A real delight. Prose flows seamlessly with the pace picking up as it moves along finishing with an extraordinary explosion. Constantine has just the right touch as she weaves through two diverging plot lines. In one, Jack and Taylor are on the run after the death of Taylor’s husband. In the other, there’s an institute where a self-chosen alpha male has chosen the perfect female counterpart he has deemed worthy enough to carry his child. The nec [...]

    16. 3.5 stars. The Veritas Deception is the first book by Lynne Constantine that I have read so I wasn't sure what to expect. What I found was an interesting and well written thriller. This is a standalone without a cliffhanger, though the story is open-ended for possible future books. There is violence.The book blurb adequately describes the storyline so I'm not going to repeat that all info here. The author did a good job of explaining what is going on and describing the characters and the setting [...]

    17. Very Good BookThis was very interesting if not a bit scary. The author related the evil of the protagonist to government,media,and others in power which makes you think about society today and our future.

    18. Not interestingDid not fund the book very interesting. To slow aot and not my kind of subject. Not my kind of book.

    19. A class action suit had been filed against the Omega Inc because of the TV airing of Teenage Wasted. The Supreme Court Manchester v Omega Entertainment entered a judgment in their favor. 1st. Amendment rights. Parents were furious. Kids had taken their own lives. Max invited Jack Logan (investigative journalist) to Sally Goldman’s retirement party.Senator Malcolm Phillips handed Jack a manila envelope also with verbal instructions.Mrs. Taylor Phillips (f, nee Parks) is to be taken to Jeremy Br [...]

    20. I obtained a free copy of this book via Storycartel. I’m not sure why the book is called “The Veritas Deception”. Obviously deception of truth is part of the story, but deception of truth is also part of many other thrillers. After reading the story, I would have expected the title for this novel to include a reference to Satan or something alike as Catholic beliefs are a main component of the story. Although I found the first chapters rather slow, I thoroughly enjoyed the book. It capture [...]

    21. THE VERITAS DECEPTION Wow, Mind blowing, cross between political thriller and a religious mystery. Lynne Constantine brings her characters to life so vividly you are finding it hard to put the book down. I loved the way this book took you on a wild ride through twist and turns, and leaves you hoping for a continuation to the story! I was giving this book for free to read but I would gladly pay for it to read again, it is very worth the money!

    22. A lot of suspence, twists and turns characterize this book, which at the beginning resembles scenes for a Mission Impossible stunt. Luckily, after a few chapters, the plot acquires a character of its own, and an interesting one. When you think you have foreseen what is coming next, the road unexpectedly turns into a different direction. Who is good? Who is evil? And the continuous clashing of the two, good vs evil, God vs Satan, religion vs the occult, science vs ethics makes it a page turner.Th [...]

    23. Free book provided by StoryCartel in return for an honest reviewThe Veritas Deception by L. Constantine is a political thriller that touches on several themes. And that is where the problem begins. The plot started out well with a crazy scientist trying to play God, and while it was not great, it was bearable. But from bioethics it went to a Da Vinci Code-like plot about historical objects and then, it was neither here nor there. Moreover, since I have a degree in biotechnology, I found some plo [...]

    24. The Veritas Deception systematically dismantled what I expected from a thriller and re-constructed my expectations into a novel that enthralled and captivated from the moment I picked it up. The story thrusted me into the drama between Damon Crosse (a corrupt authority with a secret master plan) and Jack and Taylor (investigative reporters and ex-lovers united in their desire to halt Damon's efforts). Jack and Taylor's investigation and adventures bring the reader along on Constantine's wild rid [...]

    25. Veritable DeceptionWhat an exciting read. A fast-paced journey with non-stop action. A smidge of Dan Brown with a touch of Stephen King. Good versus evil, with lots of twists and turns.

    26. I really enjoyed this book. Conspiracy theories interest me and this is a plausible storyline that is well written with a a great plot and cross stories. Big Pharma, Religion and Politics allow plenty of twists and turns. Read it - you'll be glad you did.

    27. 1.5 stars. Started with a great promise but could not quite deliver and at times became long and meaningless. Could not put it down because I decided I will end this book whatever the circumstances maybe.

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