Hittite Warrior

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Bethlehem Books, Apr 1, 1999 - Bible - 237 pages
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In ca. 1200 B.C., Uriah the Hittite leaves his conquered homeland and, following his father's instruction, seeks refuge with an old family friend, eventually finding himself in a great battle between the Canaanite forces of Sisera and the Hebrew forces of Barak.
  

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User Review  - Denise - Goodreads

It was an okay read. Didn't really catch my interest but was easy to read. Read full review

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User Review  - Julie - Goodreads

This is an interesting story. It was on my daughter's homeschool reading list and since I enjoy historical/Biblical fiction and the fact that we read The God King by the same author, I decided to read ... Read full review

Contents

The Merchant from Tyre
14
The BlueEyed Man
34
The Priest of Moloch
125
Wax and Mutton Fat
153
The River Kishon
163
A Promise To Be Kept
177
The Scoundrel from Gaza
184
The New Masters
196
7fe True King
202
POJ
210
Harosheth Again
216
The Ark of the Covenant
226
Home
233
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The author has lived with her husband and two daughters most of her life in Charlotte, N.C. She became fascinated with the history of the area, called "A hornet's nest" by redcoats during the revolution. Trouble mentioned in the book is thought to have led to a Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence that preceeded the U.S. Declaration.

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