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The Lost Bible by L.Rosenman
Hannah, a green-eyed beauty, finds herself in mid-life with no husband, no work, and no clear direction. Following a promising ad, she joins Professor Mickey Greenbaum on a perilous search for a lost copy of the Gutenberg Bible, last seen in the 16th century.
To succeed where others failed, they must decipher ancient encrypted texts, enter monasteries and torture cellars – and avoid dangerous criminals who will stop at nothing to lay their hands on this priceless antiquity. Along the way, Hanna and Mickey discover each other as well…
This suspenseful romance reveals an ancient love that drowned in blood 500 years ago, yet has endured to this day.
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About the Author
L. Rosenman is an artist and a multidisciplinary creator, who lives in a picturesque little town in Israel, studying spirituality and Kabala. She is a member of the Israeli Artist Association, participating in exhibitions in Israel and overseas. When she is not writing or painting, she likes to travel the world with her husband Lior, and their three children, Shelly, Aviv, and Shiri.
From the Author
It’s true that I would sometimes fall asleep in school history classes. But that was only because I had never imagined howthe lives of the heroes of the past were filled with passion, lust, betrayal and death.
When I found out how little history has dedicated to describing the intriguing and militant Princess Charlotte de Borbon – a real princess who was also a rebellious nun in the 16th century – I decided that I had to correct the injustice.
In the story I wrote, I combined historical facts into a work of fiction. It merged beautifully with past scenes from my personal life: my childhood in Israel and South America, my military service during the Lebanon War, and even earlier periods of my life as a Marrano in Portugal and the Netherlands.
During the writing process, I moved from my home to a small village in the mountains of Jerusalem. There, alone for a magical month, whose nights were filled with cries of jackals and foxes, I wrote in a frenzy this crazy story of the hunt for Gutenberg’s lost bible. Sometimes, the conversations and arguments of Hannah and Mickey carried on into my dreams.
And one day it was finished. The figures returned to live only in the pages of the book. The gunshots were silenced and the skeletons returned to the basement.
Now they belong to you.