BOOK BLURB: FROM #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR JERRY B. JENKINS COMES A HEART-STOPPING ADVENTURE OF HISTORICAL PROPORTIONS
Nicole Berman is an archaeologist on the brink of a world-changing discovery. During her first dig in Jordan, she believes she has found concrete evidence of a biblical patriarch that could change history books forever. But someone doesn’t want the truth revealed. While urgently trying to connect pieces of an ancient puzzle, a dangerous enemy is out to stop her.
“From a criminal investigation in Manhattan to the birth of Abram in ancient Ur, Jerry Jenkins weaves together a tale of drama and suspense that will draw you into the lives of two families separated by 4,000 years of history yet sharing remarkably similar struggles of faith.
Dead Sea Rising combines the thrill of a whodunit with the moral and political intrigue of the ancient, and modern, Middle East. But be prepared. Once you begin, you won’t be able to stop until you reach the final page!”
“If you love history—especially biblical history—this is a fun and fascinating read!” —JONI EARECKSON TADA, JONI AND FRIENDS INTERNATIONAL DISABILITY CENTER
“Jerry Jenkins’ dialogue is equal to the best of Nelson DeMille, his storylines equal to the best of John Grisham. And now Dead Sea Rising . . . this book may be Jerry’s best.”
“Jumping back and forth in time at a breakneck pace, Dead Sea Rising is a thriller as only Jerry B. Jenkins can tell it. Biblical history combines with gripping contemporary mystery. Just be aware—you’ll be hooked.”
—JAMES SCOTT BELL
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When I was 2-8 years old we lived in a house with a LONG wood-floor hallway upstairs. We kids loved to see how far we could slide on the floor. It's kind of fun to see our grandkids do the same on our hardwood kitchen floor! A meal my mom made that my dad loved was to cook a ham w/ potatoes and green beans. I can still see my dad smashing the potatoes and spooning the ham juices all over them. I have made it a few times over the years too and it always reminds me of my dad.
That is fun Anne! Thanks for sharing your family meal!
I remember the house I grew up in did not have central air (how did we survive ;) ) . My room was a transformed attic. It was always very warm in the summer. I am cold by nature, so when I would swim during the summer, I would run up to my room to warm up. The attic fan was always fun too. Talking or singing into the fan...oh the memories. lol Thank you asking!
Oh, my goodness Kim, I had totally forgotten all the time we spent talking and singing into the fan. It made things sound so funny! We giggled and laughed so hard! Thanks for sharing that memory!
Oh, how fun! As far as squirrels go we've had some unwelcome guests in our attic that have chewed their way around our house. Ughhh!
I loved that my childhood home was just down the street from a lovely park filled with lilac bushes. After its elm trees were wiped out by Dutch elm disease, the park was replanted with a plethora of lilac bushes in a riot of pinks, purples and white. I loved walking to and from school when the lilacs were in bloom.
Sounds inviting San!
I grew up in a house where I had a room with one whole wall made of bulletin board material. I could hang up anything I wanted on my wall as long as I didn't run out of thumb tacks. Sure wish I had that wall now.
That sounds like lots of fun Cindy!
My mom made this awful dish with hamburger meat. Stewed tomatoes and green beans. It was like a stew but tasted gross. We would have it once a week.
Oh, crazy! My mother's favorite was liver and onions. Not something I eat! Grin!