Bio for our first author:
Teresa (T.K.) Thorne is a retired captain from the Birmingham Police Department. Active in the community, she also moonlights as an author, and her debut novel, NOAH'S WIFE won ForeWord Reviews “Book of the Year” award for Historical Fiction. Her newest novel (the story of Lot's wife) is ANGELS AT THE GATE, which won the Benjamin Franklin award for Historical Fiction. Her non-fiction LAST CHANCE FOR JUSTICE, chronicles the story of the investigation of the Sixteenth Street Church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama that killed four young girls. Her short stories and screenplays have garnered awards as well. A film from her screenplay, "Six Blocks Wide," was based on her experiences in the Birmingham Police Department and has shown at film festivals in Alabama and Europe. Find out more about her writing at www.tkthorne.com.
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Noah's wife is Na'amah, a brilliant young girl with a form of autism that what we (now) know as Aspergers. Na'amah only wishes to be a shepherdess on the hills of ancient Turkey—a desire shattered by the hatred of her powerful brother, the love of two men, and a disaster that threatens her world.
Based on evidence of a great Black Sea flood thousands of years ago--a unique and feminine view of the Noah’s ark story.
“…a terrific storyteller.”
Sena Jeter Naslund, author of AHAB'S WIFE
by T.K. Thorne
(4.50 from 2 reviews)
Noah's wife is Na'amah, a young girl with what we now know as Asperger Syndrome, who only wishes to be a shepherdess on her beloved hills in ancient Turkey—a desire shattered by the hatred of her powerful brother, the love of two men, and a looming disaster that threatens her world.
Noah built an ark—but this story has never been told!
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