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a taste of the apocalypse


In a tale that readsmuch like INDIANA JONES meets NATIONAL TREASURE, Jeremy Nash ©, a noteddebunker and skeptic of conspiracy theories, urban legends and myths, is drawninto 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 ATASTEOF THE APOCALYPSE takes readers on an E-ticket ride from the deserts ofNew Mexico to the Holy Land, throughout Europe and back again!  


I really enjoyed this one by Frank Fiore. It had me hooked from the first word. I think this book would really appeal to readers of adventure novels. I found it really enjoyable!
Western Fanatic


Wow. What a ride! Frank Fiore keeps the pedal-to-the-metal in this high-octane, rip-snorting, globe-spanning, mystery-solving, puzzle within a puzzle series of excellent books. Jeremy Nash belongs on the big screen, and Frank Fiore is the next big deal in adventure writing. Great job!
J.R. Rain


Follow Jeremy Nash's Continuing Adventures.


Frank Fiore is a bestselling author with more than 50,000 copies of his non-fiction books in print. He has now turned his talents to writing fiction.


Frank Fiore, a bestselling author of non-fiction books, has also penned four 5-star rated stirring thrillers and action/adventures. His works include CYBERKILL, a techno-thriller, The Oracle, a collection of short stories bound by a larger tale, and The Chronicles of Jeremy Nash, a series of novels centered on conspiracy theories, unsolved mysteries, urban myths, and other themes.

Frank currently lives in Paradise Valley, Arizona, with his fetching wife Lynne and their dogs named Sebastian – a big Newfoundland, and Duffy – a little Scotty.


Praise for Frank Fiore

“Frank Fiore excels with character development and with fast-moving, powerful fiction. The reader quickly becomes attached to well-developed, charismatic heroes. Fiore’s writing style is structured, cogent and evocative. His protagonists and primary characters are entertaining, well developed and delivered with expressive dialog. They induce depth and fervor for the reader. His books are swift, persuasive and very difficult to put down. Not only is Fiore a talented and descriptive author; he creates layer after layer of intrigue and excitement. His characters’ voices project a compelling story that streams ever forward. Fiore also does a masterful job with research. The accuracy of his fiction is very convincing. His Jeremy Nash series, following up on his powerful thriller Cyberkill is as exciting, if not more so, than any similar contemporary fiction. As with Cyberkill, the Jeremy Nash series is loaded with metaphor and reality, a powerful combination. The pace of his novels increases exponentially, with explosive conclusions.

Charles S. Weinblatt
Author, Jacob’s Courage

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