Rod of Moses

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Andrews UK, 2016.
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John W. Green., & John W. Green|AUTHOR. (2016). Rod of Moses. Andrews UK.

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    [synopsis] => 1923. When RAF airman Jack Toulson finds a wooden box buried in the desert, he hopes to uncover a cache of jewels or even an antique sword, but all it contains is a worthless old stick with Arabic writing on it. Disappointed, he shoves it into his bag and thinks no more of it. The next day, he decides to take a picture of the empty horizon with his new Kodak Hawk-Eye, but when the picture is developed, it shows a camel-train that had not been there. He concludes it must be a fault with the camera. Jack is wrong on both counts. The stick he held in his hands, and the camel train that appeared in his photograph, were a window into another time a thousand years before Christ - a time when King Solomon tried to seduce the beautiful Queen of Sheba by entrusting her with the most precious artifact known to man: the Rod of Moses. In this gripping novel, the power of the Rod echoes down the generations, from ancient Egypt right through to the present day.
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