In CREED, an endearing Moroccan steals the heart of a devoted young man who only intended to fulfill the last wish of a dying woman. The novel attests that love happens in unimaginable places, and even between a devout Moslem and a Christian. The novel is a testament to finding love in the pursuit of life’s purpose.
CREED is based on the fictional ancient belief of the Camino Sagrado, first introduced to New Mexico by Spanish Conquistadores. The belief sets forth a divine philosophy for journeying through life’s ambiguity to discover individual purpose. CREED is sure to challenge your notion about relationships and leave you questioning the nature of coincidence…and other road signs.
Publishers Weekly writes: "A thriller with puzzling twists aplenty…the manuscript creates a web in which the innocents are the accused, the accusers are the criminals, and the plot doesn't stop gyrating until the very end...”
(Publishers Weekly, an independent organization, based its review on the manuscript version and not the published version.)
Publisher: Regal Crest Enterprises
Recognition and Awards
New Mexico-Arizona 2012 Book Awards Finalist
Reader Views 2012 Literary Awards Runner up
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