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Hidden in Time

Michael Phillips

Publisher: RosettaBooks

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From the bestselling author of the Secret of the Rose series: a Holy Land thriller featuring archaeologist Adam Livingstone.    Jerusalem 1121 AD. A Frenchman from the order of the Poor Fellow Soldiers of Christ and the Temple of Solomon continues on a quest far more secretive than the crusades. Descending into the caverns below the city, he will find what he’s been looking for. But an earthquake will ensure that the artifact and its secrets remain untouched for centuries . . .   Now archeologist Adam Livingstone’s discovery of the Ark of Noah has stunned the world. But as he and his team struggle to remove the priceless treasure, there are many who conspire against them . . .  

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