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Jesus in Kashmir The Lost Tomb by Suzanne Olsson
Jesus in Kashmir The Lost Tomb by Suzanne Olsson
There is a good book hiding in here somewhere. Lots of interesting - certainly new to me - information about the large Jewish presence in Kashmir in Blblical times, And about the stories, embedded in local folklore, about St Thomas and Jesus himself spending so much time in the area. There is even a long and fascinating digression about the questionable origins of Islam.

But the book is so disorganised, leaping about from one subject to another in a very disconcerting way. There should be a logical progression from, first, whatever the family interest of the author is (this is referred to from time to time but is very unclear), then a statement of objectives followed by… Read more
His Kidnapper's Shoes by Maggie James
His Kidnapper's Shoes by Maggie James
4.0 out of 5 stars Her Kidnappee's Ego, 16 April 2014
I enjoyed this book, which was very well written.

Like another reviewer, I found the gratuitous sex completely unnecessary. I also found the character of Daniel to be very unsympathetic. Self-centred and horrid. No wonder he didn't seem to have many friends.
Stormbringer: Apocalypse Then Part One by Daniel DeLacy
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This was, for me, a free download. My first action upon reading it was to go online and look for a sequel (it was there, and I have reviewed it). I was happy to pay the going rate for the sequel. This is the reaction an author would hope for, and the reason for putting fee downloads out there. This time it worked. More often it does not.

No point me reiterating the admiration expressed in the other reviews. I endorse them. Great character. Entertaining story. Very educational about WWII. Gripping.

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