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By L D. Alford


A fascinating tale of technology, cultures, and ancient magic An unspeakable evil and an unbelievable power is about to be released into the world.... Lieutenant Paul Bolang, stationed at Fort Saint in Tunisia in the 1920s, discovers a hieroglyph. Suspecting that the fort might have been built beside an ancient Egyptian foundation, he summons an archaeological party. When a tomb is discovered and opened, death strikes immediately...and reveals a grisly secret. Lt. Bolang soon uncovers two other tombs: the tombs of the Goddess of Light and the Goddess of Darkness. As the first tomb is opened, a being escapes into the desert...and is pursued by Bolang. What will the next tomb hold? Will opening it unleash a great evil and suffering on mankind, as many believe? Or is all that simply a myth?

Book Takeaway:

This book is strongly historically based, yet it is fiction with a powerful suspense/mystery plot. You can be assured the history is correct, but you can have a fun read where you want to keep the lights on bright.

This is a book you can give to your non-Christian friends. It points strongly to the Cross, and especially to the truth of the Old Testament, but its message is subtle. This is the first of a series of books of a similar nature.

Why the author wrote this book:

This book answers the question of what happened in Egypt after Moses led the Exodus. It also addresses, why people in the past believed in gods and goddesses.


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