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The Acts of Judas

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Archaeologist Linda Rhodes discovers an ancient manuscript, which appears to be the work of Judas Iscariot. Before she can authenticate the relics, terrorists take control of the dig site, murder a Jordanian official and steal the artifacts. The drama is set against the backdrop of Middle East distrust before and after the 9-11 attack on the U.S.

Growing distrust and disenchantment in the Middle East provides tension because readers know of the World Trade Center tragedy and other acts of terror. The contents of the Judas “translation” augments a fantastic archeological tale caught in the global war on terrorism.

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