Israel and the Endtimes: Writings on the Logic and Surface Turbulence of History

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AuthorHouse, 2006 - History - 208 pages
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In a towering castle overlooking the sea in 18th century England, a love story evolves between an innocent young heiress and a formidable lord. Secret rendezvous', smoldering passions and sinful sensations rule their thoughts and emotions. The medieval fortress is haunted by a beautiful ghost and on storm swept nights the ethereal apparition can be seen floating eerily over the Dover cliffs in search of her lover of long ago. Haunting memories of her past help to predict events of the future. Mystery and intrigue surround Crystalena and after her life is threatened by desperadoes, and she overhears a plot to have her married off to an old man, she escapes the castle on horseback. Later that evening, amid thunder and lightning, Devlin finds the raven haired beauty lying unconscious in the road with a black stallion and an Irish Wolfhound standing guard on either side of her motionless body. The destiny of the young lovers are forever intertwined, much in the same way as the symbolic creatures of Black-Heath Castle's coat-of-arms, THE UNICORN AND THE BLACK PANTHER.

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Narrett received his BA, MA & Ph.d. degrees from Columbia University in NYC.

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