Treasure of Eden

Treasure of Eden

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by Sharon Linnea, B.K. Sherer
     
 

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Book 3 in the Eden Thrillers Series

In 1954, two Bedouin boys unearthed an ancient, jewel-encrusted box in a Judean wilderness cave.  More than a half-century later, the box has reappeared on the black market, and a rouge CIA agent believes that Army Chaplain Jamie Richards knows its whereabouts - and its mysteries.

The reappearance of the illustrious

Overview

Book 3 in the Eden Thrillers Series

In 1954, two Bedouin boys unearthed an ancient, jewel-encrusted box in a Judean wilderness cave.  More than a half-century later, the box has reappeared on the black market, and a rouge CIA agent believes that Army Chaplain Jamie Richards knows its whereabouts - and its mysteries.

The reappearance of the illustrious Treasure of Eden is the biggest threat Jamie has ever faced.  She is determined to find the treasure before it - and its secrets - falls into the wrong hands.  Because this time the future of the entire world is at stake...And for Jamie, this time it's personal.

Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
 "Unique, provocative and engrossing...hours of gripping reading!"  - Cherry Adair, New York Times bestselling author

"Army chaplain Jamie Richards once again balances faith with action-oriented purpose.  The authors keep the pressure on and the events racing.  They do nail-biting extremely well!" —Romantic Times Bookreviews

"On a scale of one to five, definitely a five!" -Mostly Mystery Reviews

Jill Smith
“A hallmark of Linnéa books is their highly compacted timeline, which propels the story forward at a breakneck pace. This is a thriller for the thinking mind; it raises fascinating questions regarding faith, politics and the monetary system. The heroine's amazing voyage of discovery has taken her to a fantastic world, but it also reinforces the need to fight for the survival of our species and planet. Awesome!”
Harriet Klausner
"The latest action packed Eden thriller (see Chasing Eden and Beyond Eden) is a terrific tale that combines biblical references with modern day intrigue. The story line grips the audience from the onset as McMillan’s plans are revealed to the reader and never slows down as an incredible amount of escapades occur in an extremely short time span. Jaime is a fabulous protagonist holding the plot together as... Linnéa puts her through enough adventures to turn Job into a doubter. This

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781933608013
Publisher:
Arundel Publishing
Publication date:
06/01/2011
Series:
Eden Thrillers Series
Pages:
314
Sales rank:
900,548
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Sharon Linnea is the author of the new mystery These Violent Delights as well as the three Eden Thrillers (Chasing Eden, Beyond Eden and Treasure of Eden).  She has also written award-winning biographies of Raoul Wallenberg and Hawaii's Princess Kaiulani.  She lives outside New York City with her family.

B.K. Sherer holds a Master of Divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary and a Doctorate of Education from Oklahoma State University.  A Presbyterian minister, she currently serves on active duty as a chaplain in the U.S. Army.

The authors first collaborated on a play about the French Underground for their 6th grade talent show in Springfield, Missouri, and have been friends ever since.

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5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was the third book in this series that I didn't want to put down, didn't want to end. All the characters and all the scenes were very well crafted -- believable, engaging. These authors have a refreshing style. I cannot say enough good things about these books. KEEP THEM COMING! please. BobK
LovesReadingKL More than 1 year ago
One of the things I love about the Eden Thrillers series is that each book is similar and yet so different. In TREASURE OF EDEN Army Chaplin (Major) Jamie Richards is back, along with one of the villains of the first book, CHASING EDEN. This book takes Jamie to the Israeli desert and gives us an inside look at a Bedouin Tribe and some of their celebratory practices. It also has a bit more romance than the previous two books. But like both CHASING EDEN & BEYOND EDEN, this book takes place over a very short span of time and pulls the reader along at break-neck speed from Switzerland to France and then the Judean Wilderness. I was sad to see it end. I hope the authors are planning to continue the series as I want more Jamie Richards!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Army chaplain Jaime Richards arranges for him to do occasional special projects for Eden where she spent three years learning eternal secrets. Her current task is to escort to safety Edenite Dr. Andrea Farmer to the World Economic Summit in Davos, Switzerland in time to prevent fiscal subversion destroying the international monetary system.------------ Corrupt CIA Political Officer Frank McMillan, a member of the Geneva Terrorism Task Force, believes the Garden of Eden exists and has some circumstantial evidence that ties Jaime to the biblical Garden. When the legendary Treasure of Eden surfaces with an artifact put up for bid on eBay, he no longer has doubts about either of his assertions. He plans to kidnap Jamie and torture her if need be into telling him everything she knows about Eden.---------------- The latest frenetic action packed Eden thriller (see CHASING EDEN and BEYOND EDEN) is a terrific tale that combines biblical references with modern day intrigue. The story line grips the audience from the onset as McMillan¿s plans are revealed to the reader and never slows down as an incredible amount of escapades occur in an extremely short time span. Jaime is a fabulous protagonist holding the plot together as S.L. Linnea puts her through enough adventures to turn Job into a doubter. This is a superb entry in a fascinating saga.---------------- Harriet Klausner