Saving Sarkis

Saving Sarkis

by Mary Guleserian
Saving Sarkis

Saving Sarkis

by Mary Guleserian



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A Tragic Past Leads to Kidnapping--and a Deadly Race to Save Lives

In 1915 Constantinople, Turkey, Armen Begosian is forced to give his newborn son Sarkis away to Greek friends to save his life as the Turkish government unleashes its plans to eradicate Christian citizens of Armenian heritage. A jeweler, he also buries a fortune in gems under the tile in the foyer of his house. He and his wife are driven from their home to face an uncertain fate.

More than a hundred years later, Jenna Paletto, a private detective in Orange, California, gets a call from Sophie Alexakis. Sophie's husband Sarkis has been kidnapped, and the captors are demanding an old book as ransom. The book turns out to be an ancient family Bible, which holds a map to Armen's hidden treasure in modern-day Istanbul.

The same morning a young man arrives at Jenna's office. He's Isaac, the son Jenna gave up for adoption 18 years before. He's there to meet his birth mother. Isaac goes with Jenna to meet Sophie and to decide how to handle the kidnappers.

Jenna's reeling from the arrival of her long lost son, but she's in for more surprises. The hand off Jenna sets up to trade Sarkis for the Bible goes horribly wrong and Isaac is also taken by the kidnappers. Jenna and Sophie embark on a dangerous trip with unlikely allies to Istanbul to get Sarkis and Isaac back.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158103513
Publisher: Gabriel Press
Publication date: 05/20/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 364
File size: 442 KB

About the Author

Although born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Mary Guleserian is a bona fide California girl with a degree in Theater Arts. She trained and performed as a Shakespearean actress. 

An experienced public speaker, she has spent many years on the speaking circuit for Christian Women's Clubs and Church groups.  She is a women’s Bible Study teacher at her church, and is also a children’s Sunday School teacher and is currently a member of Community Bible Study.
Her writing credentials include a non-fiction work, The Baby-Sitter's Survival Guide, which was first published by Focus On the Family in 1996.

Mary resides in the quaint city of Orange, California, with her husband Armen.  She is the mother of three grown sons, and stepmother to two sons and a daughter?. 

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