By Scott G. Mariani
A perilous conspiracy! An historical prophecy! A race to avoid Armageddon! an exciting, high-octane race to save lots of civilisation that might engross fanatics of Dan Brown and Sam Bourne. while ex-SAS operative Ben wish determined to renounce rescuing kidnap sufferers in favour of the Theology reports he deserted years earlier than, he must have recognized that destiny might make a decision another way. looking for lacking biblical archaeologist ZoA" Bradbury, Ben unearths himself embroiled in his riskiest challenge but. what's the old mystery that ZoA" exposed? And simply who's prepared to do something to guard it? The research leads Ben from Greece to the yankee Deep South and the holy urban of Jerusalem, and he quickly discovers that it's not only his and ZoA"'s lives at the line, yet these of hundreds of thousands, threatened via a fundamentalist plot to realize final strength. The stakes are terrifyingly excessive as Ben races to avoid a catastrophe which may kick-start apocalyptic occasions as foretold via the ebook of Revelation...
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Allow cross of me! What do you need with me? ’ Then they pressed a size of the tape throughout her mouth, stifling her screams. Tears poured uncontrollably down her face. the guy took the gun out of his belt and pressed the muzzle to the aspect of her head. She attempted to scale back clear of the chilly metal, screwing her eyes close. Then he smiled and took the gun away. all of them stood again and watched her. She was once too exhausted to struggle any further. Her breath got here in gasps and he or she felt she was once going to faint. the lady had her fingers on her hips, head cocked to at least one aspect, a skinny smile on her lips. ‘Leave her a while,’ she acknowledged. ‘I need to make a choice. Then we will be able to visit paintings on her. ’ ‘What do you need? ’ Zoë attempted to scream back during the gag. no one replied as they filtered out one after the other. The fair-haired guy was once the final to depart the room. ‘I can not often wait to get started,’ he stated, grinning down at her. bankruptcy Seven Oxford an identical day Ben surfaced slowly from a murky sleep full of threatening goals, and his brain drifted again into concentration. He remembered now. He used to be in his new flat. Oxford was once infrequently an odd urban to him, however it felt bizarre really to be dwelling right here back after such a lot of years. He wouldn’t be domestic in eire till December. combating away the numbing torpor that made him are looking to move slowly again deep below the covers, he kicked his legs out of the mattress. He shrugged on a tracksuit best, walked via to the lounge, stepped over the mess of half-unpacked baggage that used to be in there and headed for the kitchen. The flat used to be tucked right into a secluded block of residences within the quiet northern finish of town. It felt smooth and compact, so diverse from the rambling outdated seashore residence in eire, with its stone flooring and draughty fireplaces. He listened to the twitter of birds and the far away site visitors rumble as he made a few espresso. No milk, no sugar, not anything to consume. He left the radio off. He wasn’t drawn to no matter what will be occurring on the earth. He sat for it slow on the small desk in his kitchen, the espresso cup sizzling among his fingers, emptying his brain, attempting to not take into consideration issues. such a lot of all, attempting to not take into consideration the 2 bottles of ten-year-old Laphroaig in his suitcase – and the way effortless it might be to stroll over there and open considered one of them. Too effortless. He knew he’d get there in a second of weak spot, while the demons got here. yet this wasn’t it. At 3 mins to 8 he stood up, walked again to the lounge and located the cloth Tesco procuring bag he’d left on one of many armchairs the evening sooner than. He picked up the heavy bag, carried it around the room and dumped the contents out throughout his table. Books spilled in all places. there have been over twenty theology textbooks within the heap, and he’d set himself the duty of analyzing all of them within the following few days. Acres of Hebrew and Latin to pore over. millions of pages of abstruse philosophy. Aristotle. Spinoza. Wittgenstein. Stacks of essays and interpretations of Bible scripture. It was once a mountain of labor, and he relished the chance.