Wednesday, March 20, 2013

The Diaries of Pontius Pilate: A Review



Kevin Elliot, head archeologist, Jill Gates, assistant, and their team have discovered some ancient scrolls at the Dead Sea area. This valuable discovery has the potential of being the work of a life time except someone--some unknown group--is determined to destroy these scrolls.

During a terrible desert storm, the whole team except Kevin, Jill and the area police chief, is destroyed. Running for their lives, they load the scrolls and escape the annihilation and destruction. Their escape is not easy. The anti-christian group called The Society, do not give up. From the warehouse where the policeman leaves them, to the cargo ship where they are attacked; from bus attacks to kidnapping by foe or friend, Kevin and Jill keep moving and are determined to get the information into the right hands.

This fast paced thriller will keep you on your reading toes. It's the debut novel written by talented author Joseph Max Lewis. Keep your eyes on him for more action novels that will give you the roller coaster rides of your life. I highly reccomend this book.


About the author:
Joseph Max Lewis served as a member of an Operational Detachment in the U.S. Army's Seventh Special Forces Group, the storied Green Berets. During his service Lewis received antiterrorist training and his detachment was tasked to "Special Projects." Afterward, he served as an instructor at the Special Forces Qualification Course. Lewis attended the Pennsylvania State University, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, the University of Tel Aviv in Israel, and the University of Pittsburgh, receiving degrees in International Politics and Law while being certified in Middle East Studies.

After living and studying abroad, first in the Middle East and then Southeast Asia, Lewis returned home to practice law. He’s a columnist in the New Bethlehem Leader-Vindicator and currently lives, writes, and practices law in and around Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


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NEXT month:
Upcoming review of Hummingbird, a novel by David Stearman.

Blessings!


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