Transgression: A Time-Travel Suspense Novel

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Damien West is a physicist on a mission to kill the apostle Paul. He’s building a wormhole with the help of Ari Kazan, a young Israeli physicist in Jerusalem. Ari’s got his eye on Rivka Meyers, a hot young archaeology student from Berkeley. When Damien gets the wormhole working, he uses Rivka first as a guinea pig. Ari must decide whether to follow them--or lose the woman of his dreams forever. More
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About R.S. Ingermanson

R.S. Ingermanson writes time-travel suspense fiction set in first-century Jerusalem. He has a Ph.D. in theoretical physics from UC Berkeley and is interested in science, history, philosophy, and religion. He writes about "life at the intersection of Science Avenue and Religion Boulevard." This is a rough section of town--bad lighting, crazy drivers, and plenty of con men. In short, it's where all the fun is, if you don't mind a little flying glass.

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Review by: Jan Mueller on July 17, 2014 :
I finished this book yesterday night and could not stop reading until dawn. then I went to this page and bought the continuing volume. tonight I told the whole story to a German friend who does not read English novels.

The whole story is very convincing specially due to the scientific background of the author and his real in depth thoughts about the roots of our culture and the fabrics of time and space. Rather then giving fixed answers it opens our minds to deep and puzzeling questions. A real discovery!
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Review by: Ann Marie Thomas on July 13, 2014 :
The idea of someone going back in time to kill St Paul really intrigued me, so I bought the book. Then I discovered good writing, real characters you care about, and multiple points of view so you could really understand where they were coming from. Add to this the whole subject of Christianity/Judaism/Atheism, and done very well I must say, and I was really hooked. Well researched, well written and a real page turner. Highly recommended. The minute I finished the book I went and bought the next one. Can't wait!
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Review by: Ted Scott on July 04, 2014 :
A thought-provoking and ingenious novel that attempts to combine modern physics with ancient religion. The characters are strong and vibrant, the story is fascinating, and the suspense is unrelenting. A winner for me!
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Review by: Kelly A. Purcell on June 12, 2014 :
Loved it! Great story line, loved the characters, quite a page turner and very well written. No regrets!
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