The Messiah Secret

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Signet Select, 2010 - Fiction - 472 pages
21 Reviews
Assessing the contents of a lavish English estate, museum conservator Angela Lewis discovers a crate full of sealed pottery jars-one of which holds a parchment which describes the life and times of Jesus of Nazareth.

For Angela, the find is a miracle-a written reference to Jesus outside of the New Testament. But her discovery draws her and her husband, Chris, into a centuries-old race for the truth that they may not win...or survive.

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Review: The Messiah Secret (Chris Bronson #3)

User Review  - Olivia Teese - Goodreads

When I first started this book the story had me captivated but about midway through it jumped off a cliff and was never seen again. And the ending was disappointing, it crumbled away just like that thing discovered near the end of the book (don't want to spoil it for who didn't read it). Read full review

Review: The Messiah Secret (Chris Bronson #3)

User Review  - Stephen - Goodreads

Some of the other Chris Bronson books have seemed to drag a bit, but this one was interesting from the start. It's not all action, it deals with a Biblical mystery and a lost treasure. There is the ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

James Becker writes and illustrates children's books. He lives in California.

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