Jerusalem's Heart: A Novel Of The Struggle For Jerusalem by Bodie ThoeneJerusalem's Heart: A Novel Of The Struggle For Jerusalem by Bodie Thoene

Jerusalem's Heart: A Novel Of The Struggle For Jerusalem

byBodie Thoene, Brock Thoene

Paperback | February 26, 2002

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It is May 23, 1948, and Jewish and Muslim forces have been in brutal conflict since the new State of Israel was proclaimed nine days ago. The Zion Gate is closed and the Haganah patriots, struggling to hold on to the Old City, are running out of supplies. Inside the city, the defenders' valiant spirit threatens to fail. The leading Haganah strategist, Moshe Sachar, is trapped in enemy territory and desperately races to reach his pregnant wife, Rachel, and the others who continue to fight for the Old City. Rachel's grandfather sees a prophecy of hope for Jerusalem, but can Moshe reach them before it's too late?

Jerusalem's Heart is a riveting novel of the battle to liberate the world's holiest city. Once again, Bodie and Brock Thoene combine an unsurpassed and timely blend of history, superb storytelling, and incredible drama that thrills from cover to cover.
Bodie and Brock Thoene, with degrees in creative writing and history, respectively, are the authors of Jerusalem Vigil and Thunder from Jerusalem, the first two volumes of the Zion Legacy series. Their other thirty-three novels include the best-selling series the Zion Chronicles and the Zion Covenant. Together they have won eight Evang...
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Title:Jerusalem's Heart: A Novel Of The Struggle For JerusalemFormat:PaperbackPublished:February 26, 2002Publisher:Penguin Publishing GroupLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0142000388

ISBN - 13:9780142000380

Appropriate for ages: 18 - 18

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"Jerusalem's Heart continues the Thoenes' tradition of strong characters and fine historical research." —Publishers Weekly