The Latest Novel by Acclaimed Author Jerry Marcus...
Daughters of God
Winner of the 2018 New Mexico-Arizona Book Awards in the Philosophy Category
A New York State Governor has his eye on the White House... Young women from a high-class escort service are murdered... Will a popular New York crime reporter, and a retired detective from Detroit, find the killers before it's too late? This explosive story of politics and murder brings together retired Detective Tony Pinella — and Max Gold, a New York crime reporter and columnist. Pinella gained fame in Jerry Marcus' second novel, "The Salvation Peddler," as the Detroit cop who unlocked the truth about the murder of Veronica Blake, wife of Evangelist Jason Blake. Gold is best known for exposing political corruption. Pinella and Gold embark on a dangerous and complex journey into the darker side of political life.
"DAUGHTERS OF GOD" is more than a tantalizing mystery, political drama, and psychological thriller. Marcus challenges us to think about important philosophical questions, the choices we face each day, and the implications of our actions. The winner of the 2018 New Mexico-Arizona Books Awards in the Philosophy Category.
Reader Comments from Amazon.com (2018-19):
"I loved the suspense and the characters. The story line drew me in right away and held me. I always love a book that takes me right into it and this was a great book to curl up and read and get lost in for hours...I have read other books by this author and I have found each and every one of them immensely enjoyable!"
"So wonderful a read! So much happening! I didn't want it to end!"
"The characters of the book are well defined to allow my imagination to see them. Just when I thought I had the whole thing figured out, the twist sent me into another direction. A great who-done it."
Paperback . 374pp . $19.00 . ISBN 978-0941394-09-3
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Marcus is acclaimed for his ability to create compelling fiction about thought-provoking issues
such as anti-Semitism, political corruption, and religious hypocrisy.
Whether he writes about religion, murder, politics, or basketball --
the overpowering underlying theme is the battle between good and evil.
A finalist in the 2013 New Mexico-Arizona Book Awards
"Masterfully told coming-of-age story... Jerry Marcus interweaves discussions of faith, marriage, intellectual freedom, and the roles of women throughout their lives.
It will help both young and mature readers explore how women gain strength in their faith journey."
Mary Lou Henneman, Congregational Libraries Today, Church and Synagogue Library Association
BROKEN TRUST - THE MURDER OF BASKETBALL STAR JACK MOLINAS
"Jack would have loved how you portrayed him." Bill Tosheff, 1951-52 NBA Co-Rookie of the Year
"Great book..." Sam Amico, Editor and Senior Writer, ProBasketballNews.com
"Besides writing a gripping tale of a powerful, rich, highly competitive industry, Marcus delivers a high-impact, no holds barred, picture of modern social
establishments - both religious and secular..." Rabbi Yaakov Fogelman, Torah Outreach Program, Jerusalem, Israel
THE LAST POPE
"A creative and provocative...suspense-filled novel." The Chicago Tribune
"A wonderful premise...a great plot." Naples Daily News, Florida
"Prophetic...Gripping...and Enlightening." Rabbi Yaakov Fogelman, Torah Outreach Program, Jerusalem, Israel
"An intriguing story...An intellectual thriller." Marquee, San Diego
"A provocative tale that kindled my imagination..." Mary Harris, Minister, United Church of Christ, Boonville, Missouri
Chicago Columnist ANNE GERBER said Marcus' 1997 book has a "gripping premise"
and compared it to The DaVinci Code, which was published AFTER The Last Pope.
THE SALVATION PEDDLER
"A master of the suspense novel." Abilene Reporter-News, Texas
"I enjoyed The Salvation Peddler." President Bill Clinton
ABRAHAM ISAAC, JACOB and ZEV
"A significant and moving novel...An important addition to books about the Holocaust and Jewish people." American Jewish Congress
"Original and compelling." The Chicago Tribune
"An extraordinary book...that deals with the agony of morals." Dorothy Fuldheim, News Analyst, Scripps-Howard Broadcasting Company