Coincidence Theory

Coincidence Theory

by Steven Allinson

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Coincidence Theory by Steven Allinson

What if one of the greatest stories ever told, was created to hide the real intentions of its characters? What if the truth was uncovered today? How would you react? And what would you do?

Join author Steven Allinson, as he takes you on an epic journey to uncover the story behind one of the most sought-after religious relics of all time.

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From the Back Cover:

The Truth is a Matter of Perspective…

Separated by millennia, a bodyguard of the pharaoh and a British military specialist take voyages of discovery to understand the mysterious artefacts of the Egyptian Zep-Tepi.

Hounded by a secretive sect intent on using the artefacts for their own ends, each man finds himself embroiled in events beyond his control.

With time running out and enemies at every turn, will either man complete the mission they have set out to accomplish? Or, will greed and ignorance destroy mankind's last chance to uncover what those in power prayed would remain hidden forever?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045063272
Publisher: Steven Allinson
Publication date: 11/01/2012
Series: Gods and Men , #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 221,266
File size: 473 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Steven was born and raised in England, where he still lives with his wife and daughter. From an early age, he was always intrigued by the possibilities overlooked so eagerly by the mainstream. Pulling from a vast array of knowledge gained through his veracious thirst to learn, Steven's books are a roller-coaster ride through what you thought was fact. Already having published two books, and with three more to come in the next year, it looks as though Steven's action-packed writing style and thought-provoking plot choices are here to stay.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have always like books that spins adifferant look at the bible. If you are reglions person do not read. This book has 700 pages and a real who done it book.