The suspicious death of an esteemed professor thrusts biblical archaeologist Michael Saunders to the forefront of a rare antiquities auction. To substitute for the late professor at a scholar’s conference in New York, Michael is summoned from a Paris vacation to authenticate the priceless artifacts known as God’s Gold. The objects — a candelabrum, silver trumpets, and a sacrificial table from Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem — have traveled through the hands of barbarians and Vandals to find their way into safe-keeping at the Vatican. Released onto the open market, world powers vie for the treasures. Duty-bound to his profession, Michael returns with his new found love, Sandrine, his Paris Lamb, to face the inevitable conflicts.
- From the Publisher
May 19, 2015
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