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Sunday, August 4, 2013

0 Book Review: Three Religions, one killer by Benn Flore

Title: Three Religions, one killer
Author: Benn Flore
Genre: Fiction

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Book Summary: 'Three Religions, one killer' is the first draft English translation of a succesfull Dutch thiller. The book won the 'Zeeland version' of the prestigious Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedom Award, handed over by Roosevelts grandsons. 

The sporty twelve year old David Kerzner dreams about a future in developing the wooden box with glass eye we now know as television. In Worldwar II, when he is eighteen, the young jude flees from Amsterdam bach to America. He starts exploiting television in Boston, supported by a muslim and christian friend, instead of fighting each other. 

David must compete ex nazi Corbijn. That traitor stole all the possesions of the Kerzner family, as well as Davids ideas. Corbijns competition is literally killing.



About Author: Benn Flore, now 65, started to write for magazines and a book for Reed Elsevier 40 years ago. Today he focuses on literary thrillers. He won the Commprix in 2004 and the 'Zeeland' version of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedom Award in 2010.






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Book Review:
The story starts off a little slow, but picks up after a while. The three religions are represented by  a Jewish refugee, a Muslim friend and a Nazi. The beginning of the story takes place in Geneva and Amsterdam in World War II, however this is not a war book. 


There are many typos and needs a bit more editing , but it is the first draft in translation. 

Rating: 4 out of 5
Review by: Kechell Jackson | K is for Kechell

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