Acclaimed Historical Thriller Novel The Divinity Inquiry Featured by the Digital Journal
Digital Journal has recently published an article featuring author Dennis Gaffin’s Historical Mystery Fiction Novel The Divinity Inquiry. In the article, the synopsis of the novel was provided in a concise manner and the cover of the book was featured. Positive reviews from readers were quoted along with the link to buy the book. The achievements of Dennis were also elaborately portrayed. Digital Journal is a global digital media network with contributors from around the world. Reaching an audience of millions of monthly visitors.
The Divinity Inquiry is a gripping novel by Dennis Gaffin. It is full of thrill and mystery set in Constantinople. The story starts as the dead body of Madame Blavatsky, a notorious Victorian mystic is found floating in the Straits of Bosporus. The story escalates quickly as the Queen of England and the Church both begin to investigate Madame Blavatsky’s status as a true mystic or a phoney, this quest leads the investigators from England to India.
Dennis Gaffin is a brilliant professor of Anthropology at the State University of New York College in Buffalo and a PhD. Dennis has written numerous academic and popular journal articles. He has two published non-fiction books In Place: Spatial and Social Order in a Faeroe Islands Community and Running with the Fairies: Towards a Transpersonal Anthropology of Religion. The Divinity Inquiry is Dennis’ first feat at fiction.
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