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A Taste of the Apocalypse - Book One (Chronicles of Jeremy Nash) [Kindle Edition]

Frank Fiore
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In a tale that reads much like INDIANA JONES meets NATIONAL TREASURE, Jeremy Nash ©, a noted debunker and skeptic of conspiracy theories, urban legends and myths, is drawn into the search for where the body of Christ is buried today. Proof of this shattering fact will shake religious beliefs. A letter from his long lost grandfather written in an ancient language, tells of a diary that will reveal where the body of Christ lies today. His grandfather claims the Second Coming was destroyed by the US Air Force in 1947 and Nash is forced to pursue the claim when his sister is kidnapped by a religious cult that demands the diary for her life. From there A TASTE OF THE APOCALYPSE takes readers on an E-ticket ride from the deserts of New Mexico to the Holy Land, throughout Europe and back again!


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  • File Size: 516 KB
  • Print Length: 290 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Frank Fiore; 1 edition (November 24, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008X7FS90
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #654,954 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars A gripping story that compels the reader to continue. September 6, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
Building upon his exciting novel Cyberkill, author Frank Fiore has developed a chronicle around a daring hero named Jeremy Nash. A Taste of the Apocalypse is the first book in this exciting chronicle. Nash is an author who travels widely, investigating and debunking conspiracies. A Taste of the Apocalypse finds Nash deeply into a stunning adventure with significant implications for religion, history, archeology, aliens and a strange grandfather.

Jeremy Nash considered his long-dead grandfather, Zed Nash, beyond eccentric. He was Native American, yet he was also a respected archeologist and prognosticator of future events. Long after his grandfather's apparent death, Jeremy discovers a letter from Zed that is mysterious and shrouded in cipher. Through this letter, Jeremy uncovers a secret so stunning that it would alter our perceptions of Christianity. Nash's sister is kidnapped and the ransom demand is the coded letter from Zed to Jeremy.

Jeremy follows the trail of the letter and his sister's kidnappers from Area 51, in The United States, to England and then to Israel. There, he joins forces with a beautiful Mossad agent and an elderly English archeologist who long ago partnered with Zed in his archeological exploits. He assists in deciphering the coded letter. The letter is so astounding in implications that it seems doubtful for authenticity. But Nash is driven to follow its directions to free his sister. Behind the scenes, the Church is adamant in preventing this colossal secret from being discovered.

Upon sacred ground where the Dead Sea Scrolls are buried, Nash is enveloped in the esoteric teachings of Kabbalah - Jewish mysticism. Nash cannot help but fall for the beautiful and deadly Mossad agent, Sabra. Together, they venture far into the caves.
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5.0 out of 5 stars great read, great value February 18, 2013
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I brought the 3 box set of jeremy nash books, I've read 2 and I cant wait for the next one. I'll definately buy more, especially if they come in a set. Fast paced story, a real page turner.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good start to Nash Trilogy December 9, 2012
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Armageddon by Frank Fiore introduces us to Jeremy Nash, a professional debunker. In the way that good historical fiction is based on real history, the plot of this fast-paced modern thriller relies on existing myths, legends, and conspiracy theories to give the narrative an engaging reality. An enigmatic letter from a dead grandfather sets Jeremy and his sister Alyson on a quest. Two secretive and fanatical groups will stop at nothing to prevent them finding the relic they seek. The tale is worth reading for the very original theory of what really crashed at Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947.
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More About the Author

"Frank Fiore is a bestselling author with more than 50,000 copies of his non-fiction books in print.

Frank has also written "To Christopher" that, under the guise of a book to his young son, leads the reader through social commentary, personal experience and entertaining stories that take the reader on a thoughtful journey through the challenges and opportunities that face the next generation.

Frank's writing experience also includes guest columns on social commentary and future trends published in the Arizona Republic and the Tribune papers in the metro Phoenix area. Through his writings, he has shown an ability to explain in a simplified manner, complex issues and trends.

During his college years, he founded, wrote and edited the New Times newspaper, now a multi-state operation, which recently purchased The Village Voice.

Frank's interests in future patterns and trends range over many years and numerous projects. He co-wrote the Terran Project, a self-published book on community futures design processes, and worked as a researcher for Alvin Toffler on a series of high school texts on the future. He has designed and taught courses and seminars on the future of society, technology and business and was appointed by the Mayor of Phoenix to serve on the Phoenix Futures Forum as co-chairperson; serving on several vital committees.

Frank has a B.A. in Liberal Arts and General Systems Theory from Stockton State College and a Masters Degree in Education at the University of Phoenix. He and his wife of 30 years have one son. They live in Paradise Valley, AZ.

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