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Transgression (City of God, Book 1)

Transgression (City of God, Book 1)

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There is a bit of real physics and real history behind this novel. Wormholes are horribly unstable, but if you somehow managed to create one, you really could travel back in time. Opinions differ on whether you could “change the past” when you got there. Probably in the year 57, an assassination attempt was made on the apostle Paul, who was visiting Jerusalem. Paul’s own nephew was in the thick of the plot. Two witnesses from the far future, Rivka Meyers and Ari Kazan, were there to see it all. A third person, Damien West, was there to make it happen. This is their story.

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Premonition (City of God, Book 2)

Premonition (City of God, Book 2)

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There is a bit of real physics and real history behind this novel. Wormholes are horribly unstable, but if you somehow managed to create one, you really could travel back in time. Opinions differ on whether you could “change the past” when you got there. Probably in the year 62, James the brother of Jesus was arrested, tried, and stoned to death in Jerusalem by the high priest, Hanan ben Hanan. The charge was “law-breaking.” Two witnesses from the far future, Ari Kazan and his wife Rivka Meyers, were there to see it all. This is their story.

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Retribution (City of God, Book 3)

Retribution (City of God, Book 3)

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There is a bit of real physics and real history behind this novel. Wormholes are horribly unstable, but if you somehow managed to create one, you really could travel back in time. Opinions differ on whether you could “change the past” when you got there. On April 30, A.D. 66, Gessius Florus, the governor of Judea, randomly selected hundreds of Jews from the streets of Jerusalem and crucified them in the public market. In retribution. For an insult. Of all the Jewish aristocrats in the city, only one had the courage to stand up to the governor. A woman, Queen Berenike. Two witnesses from the far future, Ari Kazan and his wife Rivka Meyers, were there to see it all. This is their story.

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