The Palestine Exchange

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AuthorHouse, Dec 11, 2007 - Fiction - 332 pages
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What if you went back in time to British-occupied Palestine during the summer of 1939 on the eve of World War II, with nothing but your clothes and a knapsack of high tech gadgets on your back?

And now you believe it is within your power to stop Hitler at the Battle of France, eighteen months before the death camps become operational.  You have assets.  The power of the information age is at your grasp plus the knowledge of the future, but you face three powerful adversaries, the British High Commissioner of Palestine, the Archbishop of Jerusalem, and history itself.

If you've read this far, you're on board THE PALESTINE EXCHANGE, an action filled adventure set against the backdrop of historical Palestine and the 1922 League of Nations sponsored 'Palestine Mandate', the first 'roadmap' to a two state solution to Palestine.

Barry Kluger, Columnist, Arizona Republic writes:  "As a journalist, ( I recognize that) originality is the benchmark of a good piece.  Steve Lewis has created a riveting story that is designed to be one of those rare 'can't put down' thrillers.  I was blown away by his historical research for the setting of this novel and believe it to truly be a one-of-a-kind book."

Eddy Paul Morris, Prayer Pastor, Scottsdale First Assembly and Phoenix City Director for Christians United for Israel says; "As an Evangelical Christian,THE PALESTINE EXCHANGE is truly a rare find.  Within the action-packed and suspenseful pages you will find an education awaiting you.  We are in an information war concerning the welfare of the state of Israel, and the truth needs to be told.  I believe Steve Lewis has hit a home run.  May the Christian community be there to give him a high-five at home plate."


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About the author (2007)

Steve Lewis is a freelance writer who has a talent for interweaving history and fiction into  'thriller' novels.   A recently retired stock broker, Steve resides in Arizona with his wife, where he plans to write more exciting novels and books.   

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