‘An alternative interpretation of the life and work of Jesus . . .’

The genial John Walker, formerly of Autodesk et al., has posted a new review of “The Testament of James” here:

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“Hunter and his friend Chantal Stevens, ex-military who has agreed to help out in the shop, find themselves in the middle of the quest for one of the most legendary, and considered mythical, rare books of all time. . . .

“A good part of the book is a charming and often humorous look inside the world of rare books, one with which the author is clearly well-acquainted. There is intrigue, a bit of mysticism, and the occasional libertarian zinger aimed at a deserving target. As the story unfolds, an alternative interpretation of the life and work of Jesus and the history of the early Church emerges, which explains why so many players are so desperately seeking the lost book.

“As a mystery, this book works superbly. Its view of ‘bookmen’ (hunters, sellers, and collectors) is a delight. . . .”

Signed, limited hardcover first editions still available here; Amazon Kindle e-books here.

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3 Comments to “‘An alternative interpretation of the life and work of Jesus . . .’”

  1. MamaLiberty Says:

    All I can say is that it’s a darn good thing there are some other things to read in this world… otherwise, waiting for the sequel to this story would be pure torture.

    You are typing as fast as you can, Vin? [grin]

  2. Steve Says:

    Good things

    are worth waiting for.

  3. MamaLiberty Says:

    Yes indeed, Steve… but I’m almost 70 years old and worry a little more about these things than I used to… LOL

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