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The Minotaur Medallion

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by: Bill Underwood
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Publication Date: August 21, 2013
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 188
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9781620306659

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Book Synopsis
Thirty years after Jesus walked the earth, a Jewish conspiracy resulted in the arrest of the apostle Paul in Caesarea. Chained like a common criminal, he was taken aboard a ship bound for Rome. It never arrived.

Two thousand years later, amateur archaeologist David Connor is on Malta looking for traces of Paul's lost ship. With the help of a smart - and beautiful - professor of ancient history, Caroline, the intriguing artifacts begin to tell their story. But even as the clues mount, so do David's suspicions that someone is trying to kill him. Is someone after his treasure? Or is there a more sinister motive? Is it possible someone is afraid his finds will change history? Could it be the Catholic priest? The Muslim cleric? The Maltese government?

Or could it even be Caroline?

You don't need to be familiar with the bible to enjoy this rousing adventure, but those who are will particularly appreciate it. 302 pages.
Customer Comments
Christine Pointer
Posted: September 22, 2013
Customer comment 5 star rating
I have just finished it couldn't put it down. It really brings out what it would have been like for Paul and his friends on the ship when it was shipwrecked. The brother who gave our talk today mentioned the girding of the boat to hold the planks together and having read your description made it all the more real to me. So when is the sequel coming out. I can't wait to find out what happens next. and what are those mysterious seeds. Thanks Bill Underwood
About The Author
Bill K. Underwood is a telecommunications consultant, writer and photographer. He wrote the column "Signs of the Times" at for many years. He has been a student of biblical Greek for 3 decades, and a student of how religion shapes our world-view for most of his life. He has lived in Oregon, Washington, Hawaii, New York City, and Massachusetts. For the past 18 years he has made Arizona his home.