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The Search for Noah's Ark

Narrated by: Andy Holten
Length: 5 hrs and 54 mins
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Archeologist and historian Dr. Ian James receives a fervent call from an old friend. His presence is requested immediately in Egypt to help verify evidence of an ancient, even sacred, artifact. A far cry from his typical work as a professor, he suddenly finds himself plunged into a battle of worldviews, at war to define how we view history. What if archeologists found something that could change the world forever? What if the world came face-to-face with an artifact so ancient and so controversial that some would go to any length - even murder - to hide it? With the help of fellow archeologists, the support of a wealthy, God-fearing senator and an insatiable interest in finding the truth, Dr. James is on a quest to uncover one of the most important archeological finds in all of history. But things are not always what they appear, and supposed safety can quickly turn into a fight for their life. An inner-circle of ACLU members will attempt to thwart Dr. James at every turn. Some will stop at nothing - even murder - to make sure that Noah's Ark will never be recovered. In The Search for Noah's Ark, see the battle for truth unfold, as men of wealth and power collide to either reveal the truth they've always hoped existed, or to destroy it forever.
©2007 Boggess (P)2009 Tate

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The story is poorly written and poorly narated; however, I would have enjoyed it if it was free...