Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot by Bill O'Reilly, Martin Dugard

By Bill O'Reilly, Martin Dugard

A riveting historic narrative of the surprising occasions surrounding the assassination of John F. Kennedy, and the follow-up to mega-bestselling writer invoice O'Reilly's Killing Lincoln.

More than 1000000 readers have extremely joyful to invoice O'Reilly's Killing Lincoln, the page-turning paintings of nonfiction concerning the surprising assassination that modified the process American historical past. Now the anchor of The O'Reilly Factor; recounts in gripping element the brutal homicide of John Fitzgerald Kennedy--and how a series of gunshots on a Dallas afternoon not just killed a cherished president but in addition despatched the country into the cataclysmic department of the Vietnam warfare and its culture-changing aftermath.

In January 1961, because the chilly warfare escalates, John F. Kennedy struggles to include the expansion of Communism whereas he learns the hardships, solitude, and temptations of what it capability to be president of the us. alongside the way in which he acquires a couple of ambitious enemies, between them Soviet chief Nikita Khrushchev, Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, and Alan Dulles, director of the relevant Intelligence business enterprise. furthermore, robust parts of equipped crime have all started to speak about concentrating on the president and his brother, legal professional basic Robert Kennedy.

In the midst of a 1963 crusade journey to Texas, Kennedy is gunned down through an erratic younger drifter named Lee Harvey Oswald. the previous Marine Corps sharpshooter escapes the scene, in basic terms to be stuck and shot lifeless whereas in police custody.

The occasions best as much as the main infamous crime of the 20 th century are virtually as stunning because the assassination itself. Killing Kennedy chronicles either the heroism and deceit of Camelot, bringing historical past to lifestyles in ways in which will profoundly movement the reader. this can good be the main stated ebook of the year.

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By Bill O'Reilly, Martin Dugard

A riveting historic narrative of the surprising occasions surrounding the assassination of John F. Kennedy, and the follow-up to mega-bestselling writer invoice O'Reilly's Killing Lincoln.

More than 1000000 readers have extremely joyful to invoice O'Reilly's Killing Lincoln, the page-turning paintings of nonfiction concerning the surprising assassination that modified the process American historical past. Now the anchor of The O'Reilly Factor; recounts in gripping element the brutal homicide of John Fitzgerald Kennedy--and how a series of gunshots on a Dallas afternoon not just killed a cherished president but in addition despatched the country into the cataclysmic department of the Vietnam warfare and its culture-changing aftermath.

In January 1961, because the chilly warfare escalates, John F. Kennedy struggles to include the expansion of Communism whereas he learns the hardships, solitude, and temptations of what it capability to be president of the us. alongside the way in which he acquires a couple of ambitious enemies, between them Soviet chief Nikita Khrushchev, Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, and Alan Dulles, director of the relevant Intelligence business enterprise. furthermore, robust parts of equipped crime have all started to speak about concentrating on the president and his brother, legal professional basic Robert Kennedy.

In the midst of a 1963 crusade journey to Texas, Kennedy is gunned down through an erratic younger drifter named Lee Harvey Oswald. the previous Marine Corps sharpshooter escapes the scene, in basic terms to be stuck and shot lifeless whereas in police custody.

The occasions best as much as the main infamous crime of the 20 th century are virtually as stunning because the assassination itself. Killing Kennedy chronicles either the heroism and deceit of Camelot, bringing historical past to lifestyles in ways in which will profoundly movement the reader. this can good be the main stated ebook of the year.

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The Forest: A Novel by Edward Rutherfurd

By Edward Rutherfurd

Book Details:

ISBN: 0345441788
EAN: 9780345441782
ASIN: 0345441788
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Publication Date: 2001-07-03
Number of Pages: 784
Website: Amazon, LibraryThing, Google Books, Goodreads

Synopsis from Amazon:

"AS exciting AS SARUM AND RUTHERFURD'S different SWEEPING NOVEL OF BRITISH background, LONDON."
–The Boston Globe


"Engaging . . . A sprawling tome that mixes truth with fiction and covers 900 years within the background of recent woodland, a 100,000-acre wooded area in southern England . . . Rutherfurd sketches the histories of six fictional households, starting from aristocrats to peasants, who've lived within the woodland for generations. . . . however the genuine luck is in how Rutherfurd paints his photo of the wooded enclave with photos of treachery and violence, in addition to magic and beauty."
–The manhattan Post

"THE FOREST IS MICHENER instructed WITH AN ENGLISH ACCENT."
–St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"TALES of affection AND HONOR, DECEIT AND VIOLENCE, INHERITANCE AND LOSS."
–San Jose Mercury News

GoodReads writer Information:

Author Name: Edward Rutherfurd

Author Description: Francis Edward Wintle, top recognized lower than his pen identify Edward Rutherfurd, used to be born within the cathedral urban of Salisbury. expert in the community, and on the universities of Cambridge, and Stanford, California, he labored in political learn, bookselling and publishing. After a variety of makes an attempt to put in writing books and performs, he eventually deserted his occupation within the ebook exchange in 1983, and again to his formative years domestic to jot down SARUM, a historic novel with a ten-thousand yr tale, set within the quarter round the old monument of Stonehenge, and Salisbury. 4 years later, whilst the e-book used to be released, it turned an speedy foreign bestseller, closing 23 weeks at the big apple instances Bestseller record. on account that then he has written 5 extra bestsellers: RUSSKA, a unique of Russia; LONDON; THE wooded area, set in England's New wooded area which lies within sight Sarum, and novels which conceal the tale of eire from the time prior to Saint Patrick to the 20th century. His books were translated into twenty languages.

Edward has lived in London, manhattan, New Hampshire and eire. He presently divides his time among New England and Europe. He has children.

Edward Rutherfurd is a existence Member of the chums of Salisbury Cathedral, the Salisbury Civic Society, and the buddies of Chawton residence, that is positioned in Jane Austen's village and devoted to the learn of ladies writers. he's additionally a shopper of the nationwide Theatre of eire (the Abbey Theatre) in Dublin.

In 2005, the town of Salisbury venerated his prone to the town via naming one of many streets best off its medieval industry position 'Rutherfurd Walk'.

Author URL: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/16204

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By Edward Rutherfurd

Book Details:

ISBN: 0345441788
EAN: 9780345441782
ASIN: 0345441788
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Publication Date: 2001-07-03
Number of Pages: 784
Website: Amazon, LibraryThing, Google Books, Goodreads

Synopsis from Amazon:

"AS exciting AS SARUM AND RUTHERFURD'S different SWEEPING NOVEL OF BRITISH background, LONDON."
–The Boston Globe


"Engaging . . . A sprawling tome that mixes truth with fiction and covers 900 years within the background of recent woodland, a 100,000-acre wooded area in southern England . . . Rutherfurd sketches the histories of six fictional households, starting from aristocrats to peasants, who've lived within the woodland for generations. . . . however the genuine luck is in how Rutherfurd paints his photo of the wooded enclave with photos of treachery and violence, in addition to magic and beauty."
–The manhattan Post

"THE FOREST IS MICHENER instructed WITH AN ENGLISH ACCENT."
–St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"TALES of affection AND HONOR, DECEIT AND VIOLENCE, INHERITANCE AND LOSS."
–San Jose Mercury News

GoodReads writer Information:

Author Name: Edward Rutherfurd

Author Description: Francis Edward Wintle, top recognized lower than his pen identify Edward Rutherfurd, used to be born within the cathedral urban of Salisbury. expert in the community, and on the universities of Cambridge, and Stanford, California, he labored in political learn, bookselling and publishing. After a variety of makes an attempt to put in writing books and performs, he eventually deserted his occupation within the ebook exchange in 1983, and again to his formative years domestic to jot down SARUM, a historic novel with a ten-thousand yr tale, set within the quarter round the old monument of Stonehenge, and Salisbury. 4 years later, whilst the e-book used to be released, it turned an speedy foreign bestseller, closing 23 weeks at the big apple instances Bestseller record. on account that then he has written 5 extra bestsellers: RUSSKA, a unique of Russia; LONDON; THE wooded area, set in England's New wooded area which lies within sight Sarum, and novels which conceal the tale of eire from the time prior to Saint Patrick to the 20th century. His books were translated into twenty languages.

Edward has lived in London, manhattan, New Hampshire and eire. He presently divides his time among New England and Europe. He has children.

Edward Rutherfurd is a existence Member of the chums of Salisbury Cathedral, the Salisbury Civic Society, and the buddies of Chawton residence, that is positioned in Jane Austen's village and devoted to the learn of ladies writers. he's additionally a shopper of the nationwide Theatre of eire (the Abbey Theatre) in Dublin.

In 2005, the town of Salisbury venerated his prone to the town via naming one of many streets best off its medieval industry position 'Rutherfurd Walk'.

Author URL: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/16204

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The Oracle Glass by Judith Merkle Riley

By Judith Merkle Riley

"Absorbing and arresting." —New York Times

"Fascinating and factual." —Los Angeles Times

"Chilly, witty, and entirely engrossing ... nice, strong fun." — Kirkus Reviews

"An impressive old novel of 17th–century France ... in keeping with a real–life scandal referred to as the Affaire des Poisons, this story is riveting from begin to finish." —Library Journal

For a handful of gold, Madame de Morville will learn your destiny in a pitcher of swirling water. You'll think her, since you understand she's greater than one hundred fifty years outdated and a witch, and she or he has all of Paris within the palm of her hand. yet Madame de Morville hides extra at the back of her black gowns than you recognize. Her genuine age, the mum and uncle who left her for lifeless, the interior workings of the main mystery society of Parisian witches: none of those truths might support her outwit the wealthy who so desperately wish the promise of the longer term. in any case, it's her personal destiny she needs to keep an eye on , regardless of how a lot it really is painted with uncertainty and clouded by way of vengeance.

"Take a whole cup of wit, teaspoons of brimstone, and a touch of poison, and you've got Judith Merkle Riley's mordant, compelling story of an formidable younger girl who disguises herself as an historic prophetess for you to achieve access into the damaging, scheming glamour of the sunlight King's courtroom. in response to scandalous actual occasions, The Oracle Glass brims with our human foibles, passions, and eccentricities; it's a vintage of the style and in contrast to any ancient novel you've ever read." —C. W. Gortner, writer of The Confessions of Catherine de Medici

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By Judith Merkle Riley

"Absorbing and arresting." —New York Times

"Fascinating and factual." —Los Angeles Times

"Chilly, witty, and entirely engrossing ... nice, strong fun." — Kirkus Reviews

"An impressive old novel of 17th–century France ... in keeping with a real–life scandal referred to as the Affaire des Poisons, this story is riveting from begin to finish." —Library Journal

For a handful of gold, Madame de Morville will learn your destiny in a pitcher of swirling water. You'll think her, since you understand she's greater than one hundred fifty years outdated and a witch, and she or he has all of Paris within the palm of her hand. yet Madame de Morville hides extra at the back of her black gowns than you recognize. Her genuine age, the mum and uncle who left her for lifeless, the interior workings of the main mystery society of Parisian witches: none of those truths might support her outwit the wealthy who so desperately wish the promise of the longer term. in any case, it's her personal destiny she needs to keep an eye on , regardless of how a lot it really is painted with uncertainty and clouded by way of vengeance.

"Take a whole cup of wit, teaspoons of brimstone, and a touch of poison, and you've got Judith Merkle Riley's mordant, compelling story of an formidable younger girl who disguises herself as an historic prophetess for you to achieve access into the damaging, scheming glamour of the sunlight King's courtroom. in response to scandalous actual occasions, The Oracle Glass brims with our human foibles, passions, and eccentricities; it's a vintage of the style and in contrast to any ancient novel you've ever read." —C. W. Gortner, writer of The Confessions of Catherine de Medici

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The Third Horseman by William Rosen

By William Rosen

And war created the worst famine in ecu background In may perhaps 1315, it began to rain. It didn’t cease wherever in north Europe until eventually August. subsequent got here the 4 coldest winters in a millennium. separate animal epidemics killed approximately eighty percentage of northern Europe’s cattle. Wars among Scotland and England, France and Flanders, and rival claimants to the Holy Roman Empire destroyed all final farmland. After seven years, the combo of misplaced harvests, battle, and pestilence might declare six million lives—one 8th of Europe’s overall inhabitants. William Rosen attracts on a wide range of disciplines, from army background to feudal legislation to agricultural economics and climatology, to track the succession of traumas that prompted the good Famine. With dramatic appearances by way of Scotland’s William Wallace, and the luckless Edward II and his treacherous Queen Isabella, history’s top documented episode of catastrophic weather switch comes alive, with robust implications for destiny calamities.

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By William Rosen

And war created the worst famine in ecu background In may perhaps 1315, it began to rain. It didn’t cease wherever in north Europe until eventually August. subsequent got here the 4 coldest winters in a millennium. separate animal epidemics killed approximately eighty percentage of northern Europe’s cattle. Wars among Scotland and England, France and Flanders, and rival claimants to the Holy Roman Empire destroyed all final farmland. After seven years, the combo of misplaced harvests, battle, and pestilence might declare six million lives—one 8th of Europe’s overall inhabitants. William Rosen attracts on a wide range of disciplines, from army background to feudal legislation to agricultural economics and climatology, to track the succession of traumas that prompted the good Famine. With dramatic appearances by way of Scotland’s William Wallace, and the luckless Edward II and his treacherous Queen Isabella, history’s top documented episode of catastrophic weather switch comes alive, with robust implications for destiny calamities.

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The Dark Queen: A Novel by Susan Carroll

By Susan Carroll

From Brittany’s misty beaches to the decadent elegance of Paris’s royal court docket, one girl needs to satisfy her destiny–while dealing with the treacherous designs of Catherine de Medici, the darkish queen.

She is Ariane, the girl of Faire Isle, one of many Cheney sisters, popular for his or her mystical talents and for holding the isle safe and filthy rich. yet this can be a time whilst ladies of skill are deemed sorceresses, while Renaissance France is torn via ruthless political intrigues, and all are held in thrall to the sinister goals of Queen Catherine de Medici. Then a wounded stranger arrives on Faire Isle, bearing a mystery the darkish Queen will do every thing in her strength to own. the one individual Ariane can flip to is the comte de Renard, a nobleman with fiery choice and a earlier as mysterious as his personal strange gifts.

Riveting, vivid, and breathtaking, The darkish Queen follows Ariane and Renard as they threat every thing to avoid the achievement of a dreadful prophecy–even in the event that they needs to tempt destiny and their very own passions.

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By Susan Carroll

From Brittany’s misty beaches to the decadent elegance of Paris’s royal court docket, one girl needs to satisfy her destiny–while dealing with the treacherous designs of Catherine de Medici, the darkish queen.

She is Ariane, the girl of Faire Isle, one of many Cheney sisters, popular for his or her mystical talents and for holding the isle safe and filthy rich. yet this can be a time whilst ladies of skill are deemed sorceresses, while Renaissance France is torn via ruthless political intrigues, and all are held in thrall to the sinister goals of Queen Catherine de Medici. Then a wounded stranger arrives on Faire Isle, bearing a mystery the darkish Queen will do every thing in her strength to own. the one individual Ariane can flip to is the comte de Renard, a nobleman with fiery choice and a earlier as mysterious as his personal strange gifts.

Riveting, vivid, and breathtaking, The darkish Queen follows Ariane and Renard as they threat every thing to avoid the achievement of a dreadful prophecy–even in the event that they needs to tempt destiny and their very own passions.

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Renaissance (Assassin's Creed, Book 1) by Oliver Bowden

By Oliver Bowden

"I will search vengeance upon those that betrayed my relatives. i'm Ezio Auditore Da Firenze. i'm an assassin..."
Betrayed by way of the ruling households of Italy, a tender guy embarks upon an epic quest for vengeance. To remove corruption and fix his family's honor, he'll research the artwork of the Assassins.
Along the way in which, Ezio will name upon the knowledge of such nice minds as Leonardo da Vinci and Niccolo Machiavello—knowing that survival is sure to the abilities during which he needs to live.
To his allies, he'll develop into a strength for change—fighting for freedom and justice. To his enemies, he'll develop into a chance devoted to the destruction of the tyrants abusing the folk of Italy.
So starts off an epic tale of energy, revenge and conspiracy.

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By Oliver Bowden

"I will search vengeance upon those that betrayed my relatives. i'm Ezio Auditore Da Firenze. i'm an assassin..."
Betrayed by way of the ruling households of Italy, a tender guy embarks upon an epic quest for vengeance. To remove corruption and fix his family's honor, he'll research the artwork of the Assassins.
Along the way in which, Ezio will name upon the knowledge of such nice minds as Leonardo da Vinci and Niccolo Machiavello—knowing that survival is sure to the abilities during which he needs to live.
To his allies, he'll develop into a strength for change—fighting for freedom and justice. To his enemies, he'll develop into a chance devoted to the destruction of the tyrants abusing the folk of Italy.
So starts off an epic tale of energy, revenge and conspiracy.

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Waverley by Walter Scott

By Walter Scott

From Land's finish to John O'Groats, from Maine to Florida, from France to Russia, readers came upon Scott's novels impossible to resist. It was once Waverley which may be regarded as the device of that luck - the ancient novel, accurately conversing, didn't exist prior to Scott wrote it. In Waverley, his hugely readable tale of a romantic younger guy within the Jacobite uprising of 1745, Scott blends realism and romance, the previous global and the hot, Enlightenment and Romanticism. Waverley stands finally for peace and balance, for social and political unity and concord - characteristics which could, consciously or unconsciously, account for its great recognition.

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By Walter Scott

From Land's finish to John O'Groats, from Maine to Florida, from France to Russia, readers came upon Scott's novels impossible to resist. It was once Waverley which may be regarded as the device of that luck - the ancient novel, accurately conversing, didn't exist prior to Scott wrote it. In Waverley, his hugely readable tale of a romantic younger guy within the Jacobite uprising of 1745, Scott blends realism and romance, the previous global and the hot, Enlightenment and Romanticism. Waverley stands finally for peace and balance, for social and political unity and concord - characteristics which could, consciously or unconsciously, account for its great recognition.

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Sign-Talker: The Adventure of George Drouillard on the Lewis by James Alexander Thom

By James Alexander Thom

In his impressive physique of labor, James Alexander Thom does greater than carry the previous to existence; he makes us adventure historical past as though we have been witnessing it for the 1st time. Thom's new novel is a captivating event with interesting real-life characters--and a heart-grabbing narrative that casts a vibrant mild on a momentous bankruptcy in American history.

Sign-Talker starts simply after the Louisiana buy. Thomas Jefferson has despatched Meriwether Lewis and William Clark to penetrate the newly obtained territory, trip up the Missouri River, pass the Rocky Mountains, and succeed in the glimmering sea within the some distance West. to outlive, the 2 captains want a rare hunter who may be in a position to give you the day trip with clean video game, and a sign-talker to speak with the local tribes. They decide upon George Drouillard. it really is Drouillard, an exact ancient determine, who turns into our eyes and ears in this unforgettable odyssey.

Drouillard, a metis raised one of the Shawnee, can't fathom what drives the 2 males. Nor can he aid yet respect their ingenuity and braveness as they take on the adventure into the unknown. alongside the best way, he watches as they shrewdly form and self-discipline their strength, including French-Canadian rivermen--to advisor the excursion up the Missouri--and an Indian girl, Sacagawea, who will play an important function in negotiations with the Western tribes.

After plunging into an unforgiving land and close to insanity, the 2 captains have fun a effective success. however the glory will quickly be eclipsed by way of an overpowering tragedy that might contact not just Meriwether Lewis and the frontier tribes yet George Drouillard himself. an impressive story instructed with intelligence and perception, Sign-Talker is stuffed with tune and anguish, humor and pathos. James Alexander Thom has created the rarest studying event: one who entertains us whilst it exhibits us a brand new imaginative and prescient of our kingdom, our earlier, and ourselves.

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By James Alexander Thom

In his impressive physique of labor, James Alexander Thom does greater than carry the previous to existence; he makes us adventure historical past as though we have been witnessing it for the 1st time. Thom's new novel is a captivating event with interesting real-life characters--and a heart-grabbing narrative that casts a vibrant mild on a momentous bankruptcy in American history.

Sign-Talker starts simply after the Louisiana buy. Thomas Jefferson has despatched Meriwether Lewis and William Clark to penetrate the newly obtained territory, trip up the Missouri River, pass the Rocky Mountains, and succeed in the glimmering sea within the some distance West. to outlive, the 2 captains want a rare hunter who may be in a position to give you the day trip with clean video game, and a sign-talker to speak with the local tribes. They decide upon George Drouillard. it really is Drouillard, an exact ancient determine, who turns into our eyes and ears in this unforgettable odyssey.

Drouillard, a metis raised one of the Shawnee, can't fathom what drives the 2 males. Nor can he aid yet respect their ingenuity and braveness as they take on the adventure into the unknown. alongside the best way, he watches as they shrewdly form and self-discipline their strength, including French-Canadian rivermen--to advisor the excursion up the Missouri--and an Indian girl, Sacagawea, who will play an important function in negotiations with the Western tribes.

After plunging into an unforgiving land and close to insanity, the 2 captains have fun a effective success. however the glory will quickly be eclipsed by way of an overpowering tragedy that might contact not just Meriwether Lewis and the frontier tribes yet George Drouillard himself. an impressive story instructed with intelligence and perception, Sign-Talker is stuffed with tune and anguish, humor and pathos. James Alexander Thom has created the rarest studying event: one who entertains us whilst it exhibits us a brand new imaginative and prescient of our kingdom, our earlier, and ourselves.

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Uther (Camulod Chronicles, Book 7) by Jack Whyte

By Jack Whyte

With Uther, Jack Whyte, writer of the richly praised Camulod Chronicles, has given us a portrait of Uther Pendragon, Merlyn's shadow--his boyhood spouse and closest buddy. And the guy who may sire the King of the Britons.

From the pains of boyhood to the hot cloak of grownup accountability, we see Uther with clean eyes. he'll trip the size of the land, have adventures, and, via destiny or tragedy, fall in love with the only girl he must never have. Uther is a compelling love tale and, just like the different books within the Camulod Chronicles, a model of the legend that's extra sensible than something that has been to be had to readers prior to.

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By Jack Whyte

With Uther, Jack Whyte, writer of the richly praised Camulod Chronicles, has given us a portrait of Uther Pendragon, Merlyn's shadow--his boyhood spouse and closest buddy. And the guy who may sire the King of the Britons.

From the pains of boyhood to the hot cloak of grownup accountability, we see Uther with clean eyes. he'll trip the size of the land, have adventures, and, via destiny or tragedy, fall in love with the only girl he must never have. Uther is a compelling love tale and, just like the different books within the Camulod Chronicles, a model of the legend that's extra sensible than something that has been to be had to readers prior to.

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Bathsheba: A Novel (The Wives of King David, Book 3) by Jill Eileen Smith

By Jill Eileen Smith

Can love overcome treachery?

Bathsheba is a lady who longs for romance. along with her husband away scuffling with the king's wars, she battles encroaching loneliness--which makes all of it too effortless to succumb to the advances of King David. Will one evening of unbridled ardour ruin every little thing she holds expensive? Can she locate forgiveness on the toes of the Almighty? Or has her sin separated her from God forever?

With a historian's sharp eye for element and a novelist's artistic spirit, Jill Eileen Smith brings to lifestyles the passionate and emotional tale of David's such a lot famous--and infamous--wife. you are going to by no means learn the tale of David and Bathsheba a similar approach back.

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By Jill Eileen Smith

Can love overcome treachery?

Bathsheba is a lady who longs for romance. along with her husband away scuffling with the king's wars, she battles encroaching loneliness--which makes all of it too effortless to succumb to the advances of King David. Will one evening of unbridled ardour ruin every little thing she holds expensive? Can she locate forgiveness on the toes of the Almighty? Or has her sin separated her from God forever?

With a historian's sharp eye for element and a novelist's artistic spirit, Jill Eileen Smith brings to lifestyles the passionate and emotional tale of David's such a lot famous--and infamous--wife. you are going to by no means learn the tale of David and Bathsheba a similar approach back.

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