The Minotaur Medallion

Rated 4.60/5 based on 7 reviews
30 years after Jesus' death, the apostle Paul was taken in chains aboard a ship bound for Rome. It never arrived. 2000 years later, amateur archaeologist David Connor is on Malta looking for evidence of the lost ship, with the help of smart - and lovely - professor of ancient history, Caroline. But as the artifacts become more intriguing, so does the evidence that someone is trying to kill him. More

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About Bill K. Underwood

Bill is a consultant, author, and photographer. He writes the column "Signs of the Times" at Examiner.com. He has been a student of biblical Greek for 25 years, and a student of how religion shapes our world view for most of his life. He has lived in Oregon, Washington, Hawaii, New York City, and Massachusetts. For the past 18 years he has made Arizona his home. The Minotaur Medallion is his first novel. You can reach him at bill.underwood@mail.com.

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Review by: Christine Pointer on Sep. 22, 2013 :
I have just finished it couldn't put it down. It really brings out what it would have been like for Paul and his friends on the ship when it was shipwrecked. The brother who gave our talk today mentioned the girding of the boat to hold the planks together and having read your description made it all the more real to me. So when is the sequel coming out. I can't wait to find out what happens next. and what are those mysterious seeds. Thanks Bill Underwood
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Martha Davenport on March 22, 2013 :
It is a treat to read an exciting, and interesting novel without having to wade through (and try to skip) unnecessary and irrelevant graphic violence or illicit sex scenes. Who wants to peek through bedroom windows?! Just plain good reading! I have recommended to a number of friends.
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Review by: Paulette Zajicek on Feb. 18, 2013 :
Was well written and knowing Bill and his attention to detail and terminology you understand why the story developed the way it did. I had to look up several definitions to some of those detailed descriptions! LOL But it gives an appreciation to the Bible account.
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Review by: Travis Phillips on Feb. 05, 2013 :
Writing a book is Hard, writing a good book is near impossible. It seems that Bill has pulled of a miracle!
Excellent book. Fast paced writing. Worth every of the 599 pennies
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Review by: Connie Olson on Jan. 31, 2013 : (no rating)
Pretty good job considering its his first novel. And I'm sure each successive novel will be better and better.
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Review by: Connie Olson on Jan. 31, 2013 : (no rating)
Pretty good job considering its his first novel. And I'm sure each successive novel will be better and better.
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Review by: Sher Scrog on Jan. 20, 2013 :
Off to a slow start. should have started with the exploding boat and then explained who he was ect.
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