The Fourth Bible (James Acton Thrillers Book 27)
In the 7th century, three Bibles were painstakingly created by Wearmouth-Jarrow Abbey monks. Over the years, one was destroyed, one remains today in tatters, and the third, still intact, became known as the Codex Amiatinus, the oldest surviving Latin Vulgate translation of the Bible.
A fourth Bible, unknown to history, has been discovered.
Invited to inspect the priceless find, Archaeology Professors James Acton and Laura Palmer head for the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, and while there, eco-terrorists overrun the location. Under threat by the terrorist leader, the professors are forced to steal the ancient bible to save the hostages.
But something goes horribly wrong, and the hostages are killed.
Caught on video escaping moments before the bombs detonate, with the Bible in hand, the world believes the professors are to blame, and an international manhunt begins.
Now it is up to their friends to prove their innocence, and bring the true perpetrators to justice.
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