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The Letter

Thomas Miller

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ISBN 10: 0985751517 / ISBN 13: 9780985751517
Published by Libris Codex LLC, 2012
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Title: The Letter

Publisher: Libris Codex LLC

Publication Date: 2012

Book Condition:Very Good

Edition: 2nd Edition.

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Father Thomas Ryan, a fiercely independent Jesuit priest and renowned archeologist, receives an urgent letter from a childhood friend imploring him to come to England. Ryan soon finds himself in Glastonbury on a search for ancient artifacts that may give insights on how Jesus spent His lost years , the time from His youth to when He began His public life in His early thirties.

During the search, Ryan uncovers what may be the most significant discovery of all time a discovery that could turn the religious world upside down. More than just revealing Jesus history, it could reveal answers to questions that have plagued mankind for centuries.

Two rival factions set out to stop Ryan from revealing his find. An apocalyptic doomsday cult fears Father Ryan may thwart their purpose and threaten their very existence. Equally fearful are a handful of secretive Vatican officials who know Ryan s discovery could disclose information damaging the Church s authority. Both are prepared to destroy Ryan s credibility, and even Ryan himself, to prevent him from unveiling the 2,000 year old secret.

Using Biblical stories and ancient legends, Thomas Miller crafts a modern-day adventure that you won't want to put down unless it's to pick up a reference book or search the Internet to verify all the historical information that you'll learn.

About the Author:

Although somewhat new to writing, Thomas Miller's approach to fiction is ingeniously unique. He creates intriguing characters, breathes life into their literary bodies and gets out of their way so they can write their own story. He practices his craft in Madison, Wisconsin where he lives with his wife, Nicki, one precious puppy dog and two fiercely independent cats. (Is there any other kind?)

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