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The Temple of Solomon - Hubert L. Bird
The Temple of Solomon
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In 70AD the epicenter of Judaism, the Beit HaMikdash, was destroyed by Rome. Devout Jews have prayed daily for the rebuilding of the Temple for the past two thousand years. Now a dedicated group of Jews and Christians have formed a syndicate determined to fulfill that prayer at any cost. America... show more
In 70AD the epicenter of Judaism, the Beit HaMikdash, was destroyed by Rome. Devout Jews have prayed daily for the rebuilding of the Temple for the past two thousand years. Now a dedicated group of Jews and Christians have formed a syndicate determined to fulfill that prayer at any cost. America and the World have suffered through a seemingly endless barrage of terrorist attacks. The Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigations has ordered a situational assessment from every agent in his command. Of the thousands of reports generated, one was proven eerily prophetic. It was written by Aaron Hussein, a young FBI agent in South Carolina. Overnight, Aaron is plucked from obscurity and elevated to the FBI's elite Counter Terrorism Unit where his insight can be put to good use. He will be tested to his limits as he takes on the syndicate. Mr. Bird grew up in a small town in Northern Alabama. Hubert left home at an early age to see the world, (compliments of Uncle Sam), and has never returned. He has resided in South Carolina for the past twenty years, but still considers Florence Alabama home. Mr. Bird has loved books and reading his entire life. He has also always had a penchant for telling a good story, a fact that his parents did not fully appreciate when he was a child. In his first attempt at putting one of his stories on paper, he has scored a hit. Fact is blended seamlessly with fiction to create non-stop action throughout, never leaving the reader with a dull moment. A reader of an early manuscript stated. “When I noticed that I was three quarters of the way through, I had to force myself to slow down; I didn’t want it to end.” Mr. Bird’s next book tentatively named “The Way of the Cross,” is currently in the works.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781598589979 (1598589970)
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
Pages no: 308
Edition language: English
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