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Dark Hour: Serpent Moon Trilogy
     

Dark Hour: Serpent Moon Trilogy

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by Ginger Garrett
 
One of the darkest battles ever fought was not won or lost on a medieval battlefield but in one of the most opulent palaces ever built. The strategies come not from men eager to extend their influence but from women bent on exercising their wit and prowess in a kingdom not their own. Treason and murder are fair game. Marriage is manipulation, a means to an end.

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One of the darkest battles ever fought was not won or lost on a medieval battlefield but in one of the most opulent palaces ever built. The strategies come not from men eager to extend their influence but from women bent on exercising their wit and prowess in a kingdom not their own. Treason and murder are fair game. Marriage is manipulation, a means to an end. Children are the enemy. And the days of the House of David are numbered--unless one woman can find the strength to conquer them all.

Based on the story told in 2 Chronicles 21-23, DARK HOUR reveals the story of Jezebel's notorious daughter Athaliah. Only one woman dared to stand between Athaliah and the ultimate prize: the destruction of the House of David.

"Ginger Garrett has once again written a powerful and evocative story that reaches deep into the heart of scriptural truth. A life-changing and beautiful novel!" Brock and Bodie Thoene, best-selling authors of the A.D. Chronicles

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781624886911
Publisher:
BookBaby
Publication date:
05/06/2006
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
262
Sales rank:
353,240
File size:
790 KB

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Dark Hour: Serpent Moon Trilogy 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am rating this book five stars before reading. As the only review is some poor soul who can't afford 1.99 for a reputable christian author. I wish I were christian enough to buy it for you, but I am not. Is this how someone who can't afford a book, tries to get one free. Shame on you. Preying on christian victims. Good author , I know the book will be great. I won't even lend it to the one star .....