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Tamar of the Terebinths

4.83  ·  Rating Details ·  6 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
I am Tamar.

You know almost nothing about me from the Bible’s Genesis 38 account except that I disguised myself as a prostitute to seduce my father-in-law, Judah—Jacob’s fourth son—so that I could hold him to his legal obligation to marry me to his third son.

I want to tell you about my life, about all the things never written down about my family or Anush, the woman who r
ebook, 229 pages
Published December 18th 2013 by Whisper Voices Publications
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Stavros Halvatzis
Mar 22, 2015 Stavros Halvatzis rated it it was amazing
This is a haunting story, full of poetry, wisdom, drama, and deep seated intrigue. Looking forward to more from this very talented author!
Joy Sikorski
Mar 30, 2014 Joy Sikorski rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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"This is a haunting story, full of poetry, wisdom, drama, and deep seated intrigue. Looking forward to the next book in the series."
— Stavros Halvatzis

"Tamar of the Terebinths brings to life familiar but often overlooked characters from Biblical times, giving them vibrant voices. The engaging narrative causes us to reconsider our notions about the ancient world while telling a resonant story full of timeless truths."
— Dawn Powers, Esq.

“In Tamar of t
LeNoir Kali
Jul 31, 2015 LeNoir Kali rated it it was amazing
By gently parting the veils of time, Sikorski and Silversher have afforded us a tantalizing glimpse into the exotic world of Genesis through the inquisitive perspective of a spunky girl on the verge of womanhood. Tamar's city, her family and friends, the rituals and rules of her culture come to vivid life in this delightful Biblical tale. I eagerly await the second book of the Tamar of the Terebinths Trilogy.
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