V.G. Bortin


Virginia and George Bortin spent five years researching the Shroud, including all known references to the relic throughout its 2,000 year history. George Bortin lectured extensively on the science and history of the Shroud. Virginia Bortin wrote about scientific experiments on the Shroud in an article for Biblical Archaeologist magazine. She was also the author of a syndicated newspaper series of articles about Old and New Testament archaeology.

Virginia Bortin is the author of several non-fiction books, including an award-winning biography of the American classical composer, Elinor Remick Warren. She has recently completed a second historical novel set in 19th century Egypt.

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Image of a Man: A Novel of the Shroud of Turin
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 143,760. Language: English. Published: February 11, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Historical » Medieval
It is the Shroud of Turin. In Image of a Man is the cornerstone of two powerful dramas: a twentieth-century story of romance, suspense and faith - and a richly detailed account of the Shroud's own journey through two thousand years of man's history; wherever those who protected the Shroud lived, loved, fought and died.

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