The Liahona Effect

By Keith Katsikas

Thriller | Paperback


The Prophet has been murdered, hung cruciform in the Sacred Grove, and a code seared into the old man’s chest may hold the key to unlocking a secret protected for thousands of years. Surviving church leaders beckon renowned theologian, Michael DiBianco, and his cryptologist wife, Crystal to help solve the brutal crime. But no one is prepared for the mysteries that lurk in the shadows as they enter a realm of holy orders, sacred codes, and a discovery so monumental, it could save the world… or destroy it.




Keith Katsikas is a devoted husband and father to six wonderful children. He is a man of strong faith and is an ordained Elder in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Keith has dedicated his life to learning all there is to know about the history of the Mormon church and its doctrine, and has found a place for some of that enlightened knowledge in his latest work, The Liahona Effect. Keith published a monthly writers magazine from November 2011 through July 2012, which featured flash fiction and short stories by local authors. He also has self-published a novel, entitled, The Newton Prophecies, which follows Michael DiBianco on a journey to save the Catholic Church from a global terrorist organization. The Newton Prophecies is available at Amazon.com and other fine booksellers.


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Keith Katsikas is a devoted husband and father to six wonderful children. He is a man of strong faith and is an ordained Elder in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Keith has dedicated his life to learning all there is to know about the history of the Mormon church and its doctrine, and has found a place for some of that enlightened knowledge in his latest work, The Liahona Effect. K...


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