I admit, it’s been a while (The Left Behind Series) since I’ve read anything from Jerry B. Jenkins, but I couldn’t resist picking up Dead Sea Conspiracy.
About the Book
In this thrilling adventure, archaeologist Nicole Berman is about to discover the key to unifying three major religions—if a dangerous enemy doesn’t stop her first.
Archaeologist Nicole Berman is the first woman to be awarded a permit to lead a dig in Saudi Arabia. Nicole believes what she hopes to discover has the power to to rewrite world history. She assembles a team that will ultimately surprise – and in some cases – betray her.
In a parallel storyline, readers are launched back to ancient Ur where young Abram is sent to learn from his forebears, who tell him firsthand stories of being on the ark during the Great Flood.
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Cindy Davis says
This one does sound interesting. I hope you enjoy it!
Paula Shreckhise says
My first line comes from The Finding of Miss Fairfield by Grace Hitchcock:
Sophia Fairfield’s heart skipped at the sight if Mother holding a damp handkerchief to her eyes as Father and his business partner Prescott Payne , stood before the floor length windows facing Charleston Harbor with their heads together, soeaking in low somber tones over the crackling of the fireplace.
Nicole Santana says
I’m currently reading Eloise and the Grump Next Door by St. Clair and Proctor. It is so much fun!
“The sun is an evil, evil orb.”
Hope you have a great weekend!
Lisa @ The Plain-Spoken Pen says
I’ve seen a couple of other folks talking about this one, too. I’ll have to check it out. Thank you for sharing!
Have a great weekend, and come see what I’m reading!
Danielle Grandinetti says
Looks fascinating! I’m reading A Worthy Pursuit by Karen Witemeyer. The first line is: “I’m closing the school, Miss Atherton, and that’s my final word on the subject.”
Hope you have a great week!