Overview

At the dawn of civilization ?
An exotic stranger appears in a Mesopotamian village and is venerated as a goddess ? until she unleashes a horror beyond anything humankind has ever known.
At the sunset of civilization ?
A mercenary unit in northern Iraq, led by Sergeant Jason Yaeger, has trapped radical Islam's most wanted target in a mysterious cave that sits at the heart of...
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The Genesis Plague

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Overview

At the dawn of civilization …
An exotic stranger appears in a Mesopotamian village and is venerated as a goddess … until she unleashes a horror beyond anything humankind has ever known.
At the sunset of civilization …
A mercenary unit in northern Iraq, led by Sergeant Jason Yaeger, has trapped radical Islam's most wanted target in a mysterious cave that sits at the heart of the Genesis story. When a Marine platoon seeks to control the extraction mission, a threat far more ominous is found lurking beneath the mountains.
Meanwhile in Boston, Massachusetts, Agent Thomas Flaherty helps archaeologist Brooke Thompson escape assassination by a Las Vegas televangelist intent on using the cave's deepest secret to bring the Middle East to its knees.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013506596
  • Publisher: Michael Byrnes, LLC
  • Publication date: 11/21/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 464,655
  • File size: 301 KB

Meet the Author

Michael Byrnes grew up in West Orange, New Jersey. He attended Montclair State University as an undergraduate, and earned his MBA at Rutgers University. After developing a successful insurance business, he honed his creative writing skills. His debut novel, The Sacred Bones (2007)--a page-turning action thriller infused with science, religion and history--was published in over twenty languages. Its sequel, The Sacred Blood, was published worldwide in 2009. Byrnes lives in Florida with his wife and three children.
For more information, visit www.thesacredbones.com.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2012

    Well played sir.

    I really enjoy all the books this author has written. They are all an intelligent mix of science and religion, with memorable characters and a gripping plot. This book has alot to do with the beginning and the end of civilization. Its a great story about a missing (but found) Bible story and long lost artifact brought together in a web of marines, terrorist, jews and muslums battling it out while the catholics pull the strings. It was a great read, I would recomend it to a friend.

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