Man on the Run

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iUniverse, Jul 1, 2003 - Fiction - 140 pages
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Amos Bar Josef had not wanted to join the Dead Sea Scroll-writers, the Essenes, because of their stringent rules. He joined, however, to suit Esther, whose Uncle Mordecai, was the Guardian. Breaking rules, he wore his linen loin cloth outside, and his brothers ripped it off. He ran away naked through the crowd, gathered at the arrest of man called Jesus. (Mark 14:51-2). Then he joined the Sicarii, the rebels who fought Rome over taxes.

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Braxton joined the Navy at eighteen. A Vietnam veteran, he retired in 1967 as a Navy Chief Petty Officer, having served on three aircraft carriers in the Western Pacific. Braxton attended the University of West Florida, receiving Bachelor of Science and Master of Education degrees. Braxton launched his literary career in the 1970s with a weekly newspaper column. In 1980, after thirteen years of teaching electronics at a community college, he retired again to write fiction.

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