The civil war in Lebanon and the invasion by Israel had a great impact on me as I had left Lebanon only a short time before. My brother and I hitchhiked from London to Beirut in the early '70's and fell in love with the Middle East. Lebanon is an amazing country; dramatic, beautiful, and rich in … Read More ...
In Genesis, Nimrod was called Gheber, or the Mighty-One (Genesis 10:8). The deification of the son, Nimrod, resulted in deification of both his father and his wife making Cush, Nimrod/Ninus and Semiramis, the first of the gods. All mythology hearkens back in some way to this human trinity. Among … [Read More...]
What Readers are Saying …
Opus Dei is a very well written book. Lyn Pickering was able to write a very complex plot with so many characters, yet draw the reader into the story with each word. She has an uncanny ability to paint a scene that I felt I was there.
Lyn Pickering's book "Opus Dei" captured and held my attention from the beginning to the last page.
C. M. HURD
Historical Fiction Reader
A lot of research was put into this book. The history, the mystery, the plot, the riddle, makes it a remarkable achievement.
The novel, Nimrod Twice Born, lifts the lid off the early conspiracy to world domination. Using history’s trail of circumstantial evidence, Nimrod Twice Born reveals the true nature of the treasure of the Templars which still lies hidden beneath Jerusalem’s Temple. Wars were fought to possess this … Read More ...