The Moses Stone (Chris Bronson #2)
An ancient code.
A sinister secret.
A deadly chase for the truth...
In Morocco, an English couple discovers a clay tablet covered in ancient writing. One day later, they are dead.
Called to North Africa to investigate, detective Chris Bronson follows a trail of clues that plunge him into a mystery that has gone unsolved since biblical times. For the stone he must find is...more
Unfortunately, this is another one that begins well enough, but which could have been much better.Becker decides to slip into an already well-worn formula, even though the other one of his I read previously 'The First Apostle', I remember as being really quite good. Makes you wonder if his publisher asked him if he had a 'Me Too' historical/religious artefact thriller lying about and Becker...more
AN ANCIENT CODE
A clay table covered in ancient writing is found by an English couple in Morocco. A day later they are dead, killed in a car crash. But where is the relic they died to protect?
A SINISTER SECRET
Determined to uncover a secret that's endured for two millennia, Chris Bronson followed a trail fo clues that lead him from the hustle of a Moroccan souk to the deserted caves of Qumran; from the sinister echoes of a water-filled tunnel under the city of Jerusalem t...more
This is a thriller through and through! If you like a good mystery with a great plot and likable characters, you...more
The Moses Stone by James Becker
I have moved house twice since I started this book. There are some things that James Becker does well, especially tension. The parts of the book where Bronson and Angela are running through the steets, followed by armed men are great. I often fo...more
The story is decent and you get some intersting tidbits about some pretty famous religious artifacts. But I don't think I'll remember much of the story a few months from now. There are better books to read than this one...
The series in general so far has a great potential.
|Historical fictio...: Have you ever wondered if clay tablets are still around that tells you how things were in ancient days?||1||2||Aug 02, 2012 12:37pm|