The Sword, the Book, and the Bone

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
A historical adventure novel about a young man's discovery of Excalibur and the identity of the historical King Arthur. Tripp Shepard inherits three antiquities which he must discover and return to their rightful place in a monastery in a distant land. Arthur buffs will delight in the novel's highly detailed historical reconstruction of the real King Arthur. More

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About Greg Jones

Greg Jones is an Episcopal priest in Raleigh, North Carolina. His scholarly work includes the book Beyond Da Vinci (Seabury Books, 2004), On the Priesthood (Anglican Theological Review), and a number of articles and essays. He plays bass in the indie-rock band Balsa Gliders, whose fourth studio album is soon to be released. Their third album, Danceable in Victor, is available on iTunes.


Review by: John Mark Wiggers on Aug. 8, 2011 :
If novels were cocktails-
If you like your fiction with some conspiracy theory, a faith journey, and accurate historical connections this is the drink for you. It is a smooth drink at that and goes down easy. Each chapter leaves you wanting to take the next sip in this exciting tale of the innocent fellow Tripp Shepard caught up in intrigue. I downed this one at the beach, and it was a refreshing escape.
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
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