The Last Sicarius

Hello All…yes, The Last Sicarius, the sequel to Judas the Apostle, is out and published. It can now be found on Amazon, B&N and iUniverse web sites. It will be migrating to the bookstores. Call your local store and ask them to order. It really helps. If you like the new book, don’t forget to write a review on Amazon.
There are some amazing things in TLS. Just as in Judas, Cloe, J.E. and the Monsignor are back. They are better than ever and I hope you will like some new characters. There’s Father Sergio or Serge as he’s known by our friends. He’s a sort of roly-poly priest with a spirit of iron and a heart of gold. Very smart and good at biblical history. Also, there’s Miguel or Michael as he is known to his American friends. You might like some of the new places. First, old places: the Church of St. John in Lyon has new secrets to reveal. New places include Tunisia, the Atlas Mountains, El Guettar, and the Place of the Skull. Cloe is given a mission by the pope where nothing less than the fate of Christianity hangs in the balance. She must find Thib’s cave of jars.
And then there is the journal. Remember that from Judas the Apostle? If there one consistent question that readers ask me about JTA, it’s when will we find out what’s in the journal. Stay tuned faithful readers; there’s more on the journal in TLS. You might find this hard to believe but it is a mystery within an enigma. Enough said.
Here’s a little blurb from a nationally known writing and publishing consultant: “For fans of the award winning Judas the Apostle and newcomers to the Cloe Lejeune series, Mayhall once again delivers a smart, fast-paced thriller with exotic landscapes, a fascinating dose of Biblical history, an intrepid heroine, conniving evildoers, twists and turns and just the right touch of humor that will keep you turning the pages.”
Hope you enjoy!


About vrmayhalljr

Van R. Mayhall Jr. is the senior partner in a Baton Rouge, Louisiana law firm where he practices corporate and business law and handles selected litigation. Born and raised in Baton Rouge, he was educated at Louisiana State University and Georgetown University. He and his wife, Lorri, have three grown children and enjoy boating on Lake Pontchartrain.
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