The Copper Scroll (Google eBook)

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Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., Sep 29, 2010 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Saddam is gone, Arafat is dead, and a new Iraq is rising. But when a suicide bomber strikes Washington and assassinations unfold from London to Los Angeles, Jon Bennett and Erin McCoy are drawn back into a world of terror they thought was over. At the heart of the mystery lies a 2,000-year-old scroll describing unimaginable treasures that could lead to the Third Jewish Temple. Some call it history's greatest treasure map. Others call it a road map to Armageddon. But the time to find the truth is running out fast.
  

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Another good Joel Rosenberg book, a real page turner. - Goodreads
Very fun and a great change of pace in the series. - Goodreads
The plot was fast paced and mysterious. - Goodreads
A real page turner, couldn't put it down. - Christianbook.com
It was too long to sustain the plot. - Goodreads

Review: The Copper Scroll (The Last Jihad #4)

User Review  - Elizabetmarshall - Goodreads

What seemed to be an intriguing plot turned out to be an action packed wanna be thriller. It was too long to sustain the plot. The book's saving grace is a seemingly realistic picture of Jerusalem today which I found very interesting. Read full review

Review: The Copper Scroll (The Last Jihad #4)

User Review  - Bob - Goodreads

Loved the book! I have to figure-out the chronology of his books. Read full review

Contents

First chapter
1
Epilogue
363
Acknowledgments
365
About the author
367
Copyright

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About the author (2010)

Joel C. Rosenberg graduated from Syracuse University in 1988. He writes both fiction and nonfiction books. His fiction works include The Last Jihad, The Last Days, The Copper Scroll, Dead Heat, The Twelfth Imam, and The Tehran Initiative. The Ezekiel Option was named by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association as the Gold Medallion winner of the Best Novel of 2006. His nonfiction works include Epicenter and Inside the Revolution. He is also a communications strategist and has worked with Steve Forbes, Rush Limbaugh, former Israeli deputy prime minister Natan Sharansky, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He writes commentaries for National Review as well as a weekly e-mail update known as "Flash Traffic" for business and political leaders. His titles Implosion: Can America Recover from Its Economic and Spiritual Challenges in Time? and The Auschwitz Escape made The New York Times Bestseller List.

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