The Nephilim Parchments

The Nephilim Parchments

by Michael J. Webb
     
 

It all begins when Paul Kingman, son of the world-renowned archaeologist Benjamin Kingman, finds a cache of ancient parchments left to him by his recently deceased father. Thrown together with a beautiful young artist, Gabriella McDaniel, daughter of a powerful Senator many believe will become the next President, Paul finds himself strangely drawn to her. When…  See more details below

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It all begins when Paul Kingman, son of the world-renowned archaeologist Benjamin Kingman, finds a cache of ancient parchments left to him by his recently deceased father. Thrown together with a beautiful young artist, Gabriella McDaniel, daughter of a powerful Senator many believe will become the next President, Paul finds himself strangely drawn to her. When Gabriella�s missing brother, Nathan, unexpectedly shows up, he brings some bad news about their father. Most disturbing is a possible link to the wealthy and sinister Vaughn Aurochs, a man who has shown more than casual interest in Gabriella�and Paul�s parchments.

Into the mix comes the mysterious Yuri ben Raphah, a figure of imposing stature and glorious appearance. A secret agent of God, he has a crucial role to play in the earth-shaking events which are at hand.

Here is a compelling tale of cosmic powers at war, the supremacy of love, and the power of faith�with millions of lives at stake. The Nephilim Parchments, the sequel to The Master�s Quilt, is the second book in the Giants in the Earth trilogy, exciting spiritual thrillers spanning two millennia.

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Editorial Reviews

4/23/2006 - Kerry Lord
The author lays a wonderful storyline subliminally teaching Bible truths, presenting historical facts, layered with knowledge of Bible lands and culture. Throw in a little bit of romance, a lot of reality, and a serious dose from the spiritual realm; voila you have a great book that I couldn't put down. The scary thing about this trilogy is that even though it's a historical fiction it seriously could have happened and may have happened this way.... (Amazon.com)
7/20/2006 - Robert Whitlow
The Nephilim Parchments. The title alone piqued my interest, and this story is a worthy continuation of the ancient spiritual conflict introduced by Michael Webb in The Master's Quilt. With careful attention to detail, Webb weaves strands of character and plot that span generations and millennia. Part supernatural thriller, part historical fiction, Balaam's Error combines two great genres. Read The Master's Quilt first, then dive deeper into The Nephilim Parchments. (amazon.com)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016663463
Publisher:
Michael J. Webb
Publication date:
04/15/2013
Series:
Giants in the Earth , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
352
File size:
860 KB

Meet the Author

Michael J. Webb graduated summa cum laude from the University of Florida and obtained his J. D. from the same university. Over the past forty years he has travelled the world in search of adventure.
He is a history buff, both ancient and modern, and is fascinated by the intersection of the scientific, supernatural, and Biblical world views, and has studied and taught from the Bible extensively for more than twenty-five years. He is also intrigued by recent discoveries in quantum physics that are now providing extraordinary insights into the reality of the spirit realm, especially as it relates to the study of Light. He incorporates all of the above into his supernatural thrillers.

Michael and his wife make their home in Charlotte, North Carolina.


Books by Michael: The Master�s Quilt, The Nephilim Parchments (formerly Balaam�s Error), The Song of the Seraphim (Giants in the Earth trilogy), The Oldest Enemy, The Gathering Darkness (agented with Donald Maass at the Maass Agency). He is currently working on The Devil�s Cauldron, the sequel to The Gathering Darkness. He also authored a non-fiction work entitled In the Cleft of the Rock: Insights into the Blood of Jesus, Resurrection Power, and Saving the Soul.

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