Overview

Previously published as Marduk’s Tablet

What if the legend is true?

Emilie Nazzaro saw her father’s obsession with an ancient Babylonian tablet lead to his betrayal and murder. Now, she’s been charged with deciphering the symbols on this centuries-old piece of clay and it’s legendary omen of healing ...
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Chasing Babylon

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Overview

Previously published as Marduk’s Tablet

What if the legend is true?

Emilie Nazzaro saw her father’s obsession with an ancient Babylonian tablet lead to his betrayal and murder. Now, she’s been charged with deciphering the symbols on this centuries-old piece of clay and it’s legendary omen of healing power.
But others are desperate to get their hands on the tablet, too, and Emilie must first separate well-meaning friends from lethal enemies.
On a harrowing journey through Israel and into ancient Babylon, she uncovers the secrets surrounding her father’s death –but will she stay alive long enough to learn the truth?

“Action, action, action… in this rocket ride through the unfriendly world of antiquities and adventure.” – Alton Gansky, author of The Scroll
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Rambles.net - Daniel Jolley
Marduk's Tablet is an engaging novel of suspense built upon a foundation of archaeological discovery. There is more than one conspiracy at work in these pages, and Higley does a wonderful job of developing each of them in turn. Her main characters are strong and well-constructed, and one never knows just how to judge any one of them until the story plays itself out all the way… Inspirational as well as exciting... a great read for those inclined to seek the higher truths of this life.
Daniel Jolley
Marduk's Tablet is an engaging novel of suspense built upon a foundation of archaeological discovery. There is more than one conspiracy at work in these pages, and Higley does a wonderful job of developing each of them in turn. Her main characters are strong and well-constructed, and one never knows just how to judge any one of them until the story plays itself out all the way… Inspirational as well as exciting... a great read for those inclined to seek the higher truths of this life.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012975614
  • Publisher: Stonewater Press
  • Publication date: 11/1/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 323,156
  • File size: 467 KB

Meet the Author

Tracy Higley travels the world, brings back adventure and writes fiction that transports readers to ancient times and places.

Visit her website at TracyHigley.com or meet up with her on Facebook at facebook.com/tracyhigley.
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    Posted March 28, 2012

    Marduk's Tablet

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    Marduk's tablet

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    Geart read

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