Wednesday, February 13, 2013

The Blood Gospel by James Rollins & Rebecca Cantrell

Although I haven't read other novels by these two authors, I was pleasantly pleased by the duo of James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell and their collaboration entitled "The Blood Gospel."

The cover and title of this particular book caught my attention first. I do love a good cover illustration and after reading the first chapter, I was equally hooked by its contents.

After a earthquake in Masada, Israel uncovers a tomb hidden beneath a plateau, archaeologist Erin Granger, military man, Jordan Stone and a Vatican priest by the name of Father Rhun Korza are sent to investigate.  What the buried temple reveals leaves them breathless and intrigued. A mummified body of a crucified girl and an empty sarcophagus, which at one time held a book that was thought to have been written in Christs' own blood.

The Blood Gospel.

And now that book is  missing and must be found.

If you enjoy thrilling fiction filled with action & adventure, vampires, a little romance and a crazy Russian monk, then this might be the book for you.

An exciting read!

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