Tuesday, September 1, 2009

The Sacred Cipher

Thought it was time I recommended another book that I've enjoyed. This one is a contemporary suspense, and it's absolutely wonderful! Terry Brennan takes history and makes it come alive as he ties it in with this present day story that could be taken right from today's newspapers.
Not only is the story a great read, but there's a realism to his writing that puts you right in the setting with the characters. I felt like I could see Jerusalem and New York City and the other places where his characters find themselves. Terry Brennan is a masterful story teller!

Over the past 35 years, Terry Brennan has accumulated a broad range of experience in both the profit and non-profit business sectors.

His 22-year, award winning journalism career included:

* Seven years as a sportswriter and editor with The Philadelphia Bulletin, at the time the largest-circulation afternoon newspaper in the nation;

* Leading The Mercury of Pottstown (PA), as its editor, to a Pulitzer Prize in Editorial Writing;

* Serving as Executive Editor of a multi-national newspaper firm - Ingersoll Publications - with papers in the USA, England and Ireland.

In 1996 Brennan transferred his successful management career to the non-profit sector and served for 12 years as Vice President of Operations for the Christian Herald Association, Inc., the parent organization of four New York City ministries, including The Bowery Mission.

Now Vice President of the National Organization on Disability in Manhattan, Brennan also won the Valley Forge Award for editorial writing from the Freedoms Foundation.

His two adult sons and their families live in Pennsylvania. Terry, his wife Andrea and their two adult children live in New York City. His first novel, The Sacred Cipher, was published by Kregel Publications and released in July of 2009.

You can find a copy of The Sacred Cipher on Amazon.com. I can't wait for Terry's next novel!


  1. Sounds great! Sadly it isn't even available in the UK yet!

  2. Hmmm...I'll have to check this out. Thanks for the recommendation!


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