Dark Passage

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Macmillan, Oct 4, 2002 - Fiction - 464 pages
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It began with a rain of frogs. . . .

A strange phenomenon grips the world of today—and yesterday. A shepherd boy appears outside a scientific facility at Los Alamos, New Mexico, babbling in an ancient tongue. At the same time, two thousand years ago, mortal fear grips a queen whose murderous ambitions are boundless, as she entertains her subjects with screams of the dying men in an arena.

In one moment, time is ripped apart . . . .

Brutal jihad terrorists slip through the hole in time, on a mysterious and deadly quest to change the course of history. To stop them, three innocent people, two men and a woman, are sent back on the most exciting mission in history—to unravel a mystery and stop a killer. Back to a time when the people of Israel chaffed under the heel of Roman legions and a brutal queen used sex and murder in a scheme for empire.

Set against the vivid and violent tapestry of modern and ancient Israel, Dark Passage is an unforgettable saga of war, murder, technology, and high adventure.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Another over-the-top but oddly effective adventure from Podrug (Presumed Guilty, 1997, etc.), this one sending a motley band back in time to stop two terrorists from killing Christ.In Marseilles ... Read full review

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When a pair of freelance terrorists slips through a hole in time that leads to the Israel of the Roman Empire, three uniquely qualified individuals follow them to prevent them from interfering with ... Read full review

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Junius Podrug is the author of Frost of Heaven and Presumed Guilty. He lives in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

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