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- DescriptionWHILE DEFENDING THE ACCUSED IN A MILITARY COURTMARTIAL, NEW YORK CITY'S RENOWNED DEFENSE ATTORNEY, SOLOMON GOLDMAN, fi nds himself drugged and abducted in broad daylight, only to awaken inside a nuclear submarine on its way to the Middle East. His captor, a beautiful and mysterious Egyptian agent named Eteye Azeb, tells Goldman that his brother is commanding a secret military operation south of Bagdad, at the lost city of Babylon, where an uncovered religious scroll obscurely mentioned in the bible contains an ancient Egyptian code. This code leads to the hidden location of the most sought after treasure of antiquity--the Ark of the Covenant. Goldman's brother has w mysteriously gone missing with the scroll and is wanted for theft and treason. The Middle East is pushed to the brink when Iranian commandos recover abandoned American nuclear torpedoes from the ocean's fl oor. The stakes are raised even further when Goldman is caught up in an international conspiracy to recover and use the sacred Ark of the Covenant as a modern day military weapon. For reasons Solomon Goldman doesn't yet understand, all eyes are on him as he tries to pick up the trail of his missing brother and locate the clues to the missing treasure map. In a breathless race over four continents, Goldman must follow the signs, hidden away for millenniums, that lead to the Ark, all while struggling with his own religious doubts and unbelief's. At every turn fate seems to draw him deeper into Eteye's cryptic world of unexplained past connections. Who really is this woman? Unless he can decipher the biblical secrets and fi nd the ancient Ark before the world's superpowers do, the Ark of War may be lost forever--or worse yet, used as a modern day weapon of mass destruction.
- Author(s)Charles E Feldmann
- Date of Publication10/12/2012
- SubjectHistorical & Mythological Fiction
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight757 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine27 mm
- Format DetailsSewn,Cloth over boards,With dust jacket
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