The Blood Gospel-James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell

The Blood Gospel

James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell

Morrow, Jan 8 2013, $27.99

ISBN: 9780061991042

 

In Caesarea, archaeologist Dr. Erin Granger and her team find evidence of a tomb containing hundreds of dead babies buried two millennia ago.  She thinks they may have found King Herod’s “Massacre of the Innocents.”  In Masada, an earthquake kills hundreds including the parents of Tommy, a child taking chemo due to melanoma; he survives and miraculously his cancer is cured.

 

Erin, U.S. Army Sergeant Jordan Stone and Father Ruhn Korza explore a tomb concealed for centuries until the earthquake.  They find the crucified body of a child who died just over a decade ago.  While still inside the tomb, the trio fights for their lives when inhuman beings attack them.  Father Ruhn believes the answers can be found in the mystical missing tome allegedly scribed by Christ in his blood.  The threesome begins a trek to obtain this holiest of holy books by Christ in order to bring divine sanctification to a secret Vatican order the Sanguines exposed by Rembrandt but ignored by all until now.

 

The first exciting Order Sanguines Christian horror thriller grips the audience from the moment the tomb in Mount Masada is discovered and keeps that hold until the final sacrament occurs.  Readers will enjoy traveling to Germany, Russia and ultimately the Vatican with the protagonists as our guides through a Church with a history of good and bad.  Although the storyline is straightforward, The Blood Gospel is a super ride.

 

Harriet Klausner

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