The Bone Box

The Bone Box

Large Print - 2009
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Two-time ECPA Gold Medallion-winning author.

Combining the adrenaline-fueled adventure of Indiana Jones with the thrills of a Steve Berry novel, The Bone Box is biblical archeological suspense at its best.

Archeologist and agnostic Randall Bullock has come to Israel to try and resurrect his crumbling career and shattered life. Teaming up with Miri Sharon, a beautiful representative of Israeli Antiques Authority, the two unearth a stone casket marked "Joseph, son of Caiaphas," which contains several fragile scrolls that document the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

This discovery launches Miri and Randall, along with his estranged nineteen-year-old daughter, Tracy, into a race to validate the monumental find, no matter what other factions want the world to believe. Forced to face the power of this historical discovery, Randall must also struggle with his own beliefs - or lack of them - while trying to keep the consequences of their discovery from taking a disastrous turn.

Fraught with political intrigue, The Bone Box is a suspense-filled blend of historical fact, romance, and transforming faith.

Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2009, c2008.
Edition: Center Point large print edition
ISBN: 9781602853669
Characteristics: 448 pages (large print) ;,23 cm.


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soblessed59 Aug 08, 2011

Was Expecting An Intense Thriller,But this Was Neither!

Going by the synopsis and the reviews elsewhere, I had high hopes for The Bone Box,but after reading it I feel "let down".

The love interest went no where at all,and the character of Miri wasn't developed enough for me to even care about her.

I grew weary of the story of Randall and his daughter Tracy supposedly trying to form a father/daughter relationship after he was totally absent and negligent her entire life until she reaches her 20's. He was still a thoughtless jerk who could only focus on his work.

I have no idea how I managed to stick with this book to the end,I guess I kept hoping it would pay off,but it didn't.

I just expected to be so much more engaged by this book,than I was. It was too disappointing to recommend it.

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