Synopsis of The Lost Prophet: “After one of the Holy Land’s most sacred monuments is destroyed, the Ministry has to turn to their most prolific investigator to solve the case–Vince Ramsey. He soon discovers that they are facing a graver threat than any of them could’ve imagined. It seems the enemy’s primary objective is to abolish the remains of biblical prophets–and wipe out their very existence from history. With all-out war on the brink in the Middle East, Ramsey must stop the person responsible before he strikes again.”
The Lost Prophet is an exciting Christian thriller by James McPike. When I think of Christian thrillers, some of the first things that come to mind are Ted Dekker novels, which are psychologically compelling and full of mystery and suspense. And McPike’s The Lost Prophet is all of those things; it is an engaging, well-written story, with a smooth pace and intriguing dialogue. The novel is book two in part of a series, but readers can jump right into this story without feeling like they’re missing anything. The Lost Prophet is the winner of the 2015 Pacific Book Award, and I can certainly see why, since the book captures the reader’s attention and takes hold of their imagination.
The book is available here on Amazon.