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The Q Fragments: Chapter 9

Chapter 9

The team moved three times, making the last camp near the mouth of Wadi Og, a wide, dry water channel that cut through the desert escarpment for miles, terminating near the northern end of the Dead Sea. 838 more words


The Q Fragments: Chapter 8

Chapter 8

Jerusalem’s Rockefeller Museum and the IAA were happy to accept Edith Donaldson’s grant for antiquities research, the first action being the creation of a new archeological survey. 1,062 more words


The Q Fragments: Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Walker checked out of the Knight’s Palace that afternoon, took the fragments to Barclay’s and left them in the safe deposit box. He rode with Nat to his home in Ein Karem, a short distance southwest of Jerusalem. 1,136 more words


Maggie Elizabeth Harrington

Maggie Elizabeth Harrington was written by D.J. Swykert and first published in 2013. In is a coming of age story set in an American mining town in the 1800s. 1,260 more words

Arkham Reviews

The Dead Horse

After going through my recent “Twitter storm” I learned a few things about the atheist, anti-theist and contra-religious camps: meaningful and substantive discussions are, especially in a highly constrained medium like Twitter, impossible. 254 more words


The Q Fragments: Chapter 5

Chapter 5

Nat parked again near the Jaffa gate and they walked into the old city. Walker led them to The Weeping Camel. They took a table near the back. 1,423 more words


Pillars of the Earth

If you love fantasy thriller (it is classified as a historical novel though) novels I recommend it, it is an amazing read. The number of times I was hyperventilating scared my best friend, she was beginning to wonder if I would make it till the end of the book.  347 more words