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Voice of Conscience
2nd edition

Published September, 2009 by AuthorHouse .
Written in English.

About the Book

Voice of Conscience (published by AuthorHouse), the second edition of the well-received novel by Behcet Kaya, is a tightly-spun tale of redemption and human nature vividly depicted in the story of one man’s manic journey to fulfill his debt and reclaim his past at whatever cost.

First Sentence

NERMIN OZCOMERT JUMPED at the sound of a heavy steel chain hitting the floor. She turned and smiled as her husband, Ramzi Ozcomert Senior, entered the kitchen. Thank God the arduous work was over.

Edition Notes

Read what the reviewers are saying about Voice of Conscience:

Voice of Conscience is a riveting tale of life, love, and revenge. Ellen Feld for

This novel is a Shakespearean Tragedy done at its best. I can imagine this story as a big screen movie. Voice of Conscience is story the reader will not forget. Nancy Eaton for

Kaya has presented us with a must-read first novel, a tale discussing cultural imperatives that must be explored by all of us as we face today's world. This is a memorable read! G. A. Bixler for IP Book Reviews

Behcet Kaya has planned out his story well and the characters are vivid throughout. Enter into Ramzi's world, where the soul is consumed by the dark clouds of a painful and unforgettable past - where nothing can soothe the savage beast within. Martha Jette Author/Editor

Voice of Conscience is a compelling drama with the author incorporating the traits of a Shakespearean Tragedy very successfully. It is highly recommended to readers who enjoy compelling stories of human frailty. Tracy Roberts for Write Field Services

Voice of Conscience is a strong first novel, timely and challenging. Behcet Kaya is destined to become recognized for his classic approach to communicating a message with a solid plot and story line. Richard R. Blake for Midwest Book Review

The Physical Object

Number of pages
8 x 5 x 1 inches
1 pounds

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April 28, 2010 Edited by Open Library Bot Linked existing covers to the work.
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