The Holy Blood
Authors On Line Ltd, 2003 - 332 Seiten
A smart, sexy, feisty, European religious history lecturer, Jena Van Rooykens, finds herself caught up in a roller coaster of a ride with the American academic system where the boundaries of education and commercialism are no longer recognised. The theft of the Christian relic - The Holy Blood of Bruges, allows an Okalahoma University to conduct authenticity testing and leads to the ultimate 'what if'. Cloning the DNA structure of 'The Holy Blood' is the logical next step, isn't it? God doesn't play dice, but is he playing Chess?
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A Message from the Dead
Prinsenhof Bruges 1482
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