Jericho Moon

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Roc, 1998 - Fiction - 499 pages
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This is a time of opportunity for a resourceful mercenary, and Barra the Pict, together with her two trusted companions, heads for the deserts of Canaan, where the prince of Jebusai is being held captive. If they can free him and return the prince to his King-Father, they will be richly rewarded. But the great city itself is under siege, and jealous gods have now drawn battle lines. Plunged into a titanic clash of blood and fire, the three fortune-hunting warriors begin a struggle that could lead to an unimaginable fortune...or the unholiest kind of death!

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Review: Jericho Moon (Heart of Bronze #2)

User Review  - Awet Moges - Goodreads

I first came across this book in researching on the trope of God is Evil. Boy what a rollicking read. Finished it under 48 hours even tho it's 500 plus pages long. The writing is crisp and lean, but ... Read full review

Review: Jericho Moon (Heart of Bronze #2)

User Review  - Adam McPhee - Goodreads

If ever there was a case to be made for not judging a book by it's cover, this is it. It looks like a Harlequin romance, but it's actually a very clever historical novel with fantasy elements. Think ... Read full review


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Matthew Woodring Stover is the acclaimed author of "Heroes Die," "Iron Dawn," and "Jericho Moon," He is a student of the Degerberg Blend. This jeet kune do concept is a mixture of approximately twenty-five different fighting arts from around the world and forms the basis for Caine's combat style in the novels. He lives in Chicago, Illinois, with artist and writer Robyn Fielder.

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