Wednesday, July 29, 2015

The Lost Bible

MarksvilleandMe reviews
The Lost Bible
written by
L. Rosenman

Looking for a religious, romance, adventure story? Then look no further then The Lost Bible by L. Rosenman. I am not a big Romance reader but I don't mind if there is enough adventure in it, and since this included history mixed with fiction it made it that much more enjoyable.

Even though I am a Christian myself I still enjoy lots of different genres of books. I have always been an avid reader and the only thing that has slowed me down over the years has been time with my family, which as always comes over reading.

You can purchase The Lost Bible on Amazon.

Book Description :
"What would you say if you suddenly received a mysterious phone call from someone telling you that there weren’t forty-eight of Gutenberg’s books, but forty-nine?”

Hannah, a green-eyed beauty, finds herself in mid-life with no husband, no work, and no clear direction. Following a promising ad, she joins an enthusiastic professor on a perilous search for a lost copy of the Gutenberg Bible, last seen in the 16th century. To succeed where others failed, they must decipher ancient encrypted texts, enter monasteries and torture cellars - and avoid dangerous criminals who will stop at nothing to lay their hands on this priceless antiquity. But then they are forced to face an even greater challenge... 

This suspenseful romance reveals an ancient love that drowned in blood 500 years ago, yet has endured to this day.

More books by L. Rosenman can be found here.

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