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ISBN: 978-1-937844-90-5 Paperback: 356 pages Size: 5.25 x 8 Release Date: July 1, 2012 Retail Price: $16.99
When Dr. Jonathan Munro’s house is broken into, and his
former best friend and colleague, archaeologist Stephen Kaufman, is knifed in
the streets of Ankara, he is thrust into a world of international criminals who
will stop at nothing to claim the priceless artifact Dr. Kaufman unearthed - a
scroll revealing the location of the missing autographs of the New Testament.
But is it the find of the century, or a costly fraud?
As he flees with Isabel, Kaufman’s beguiling sister, Dr.
Munro finds himself pursued by relentless mercenaries intent on seizing this
incalculable treasure for themselves. Through some of Christianity’s most
revered historical sites, he and Isabel must race to unravel the clues and find
the autographs before they fall into the wrong hands.
I thoroughly enjoy a book that hooks me from the beginning. The Lost
Scrolls hooked me and held my interest until the end. Filled with several significant
characters, which I don’t normally care to know more than two-three main
characters, The Lost Scrolls takes readers on a winding road of adventure
with a bit of a love story tossed in for the romance fans. even with several lead characters to keep up with and the fact that
The Lost Scrolls isn’t a romance novel, which is my preferred read, I could not put The Lost Scrolls down.
The characters are well developed and believable and they
drew me into the story as much as the action. Some characters you’ll like. Some perhaps not; one
character is quite dark.
I liked how Mr. Munro shared his Biblical beliefs as well as
giving the reader a good action adventure story.
The Lost Scrolls is a quick paced keep-you-on-the-edge of
your seat Ancient history read. It’s a good book.
About the Author
Michael J. Scott is the author of six novels, Eye of
Darkness, Spilled Milk, The Copper Smith and two Jefferson's Road novels.
"The Lost Scrolls" is his first novel with Ellechor Publishing House,
and its sequel "The Elixir of Life" is slated to be published in
Michael is also a husband, father of three, preacher,
teacher, poet and playwright. He graduated Cum Laude from Eastern Christian
College in Bel Air, Maryland in 1992, and has served churches in Ohio, Indiana,
and New York. He currently lives with his family outside of Rochester, New
I received this book free from the publisher. I was not
required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR,
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