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THE FIRE TOMB: The Byzantium Chronicles Vol. 3

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by P.Cono

Set in the Byzantine Empire during the reign of Emperor Leo VI, around the year 900. It is the story of Commander Bezakis of the Imperial Bodyguard who also doubles as a special agent for the Emperor. He has a slave, Markos, who assists him in solving mysteries.

The third novel is set in and around Jerusalem, a city rebuilt by the Roman Empror Hadrian in the second century AD. Bezakis and Markos set out solving a mystery involving the ancient Ark of the Covenant lost since the sacking of Jerusalem by the Babylonians in 586 BC.

186 pagers, paperback

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Author P.Cono
Publishers CreateSpace
Year of Publication 2016

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THE FIRE TOMB: The Byzantium Chronicles Vol. 3
P.Cono

Set in the Byzantine Empire during the reign of Emperor Leo VI, around the year 900. It is the story of Commander Bezakis of the Imperial Bodyguard who also doubles as a special agent for the Emperor. He has a slave, Markos, who assists him in solving mysteries.

The third novel is set in and around Jerusalem, a city rebuilt by the Roman Empror Hadrian in the second century AD. Bezakis and Markos set out solving a mystery involving the ancient Ark of the Covenant lost since the sacking of Jerusalem by the Babylonians in 586 BC.

186 pagers, paperback

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THE FIRE TOMB: The Byzantium Chronicles Vol. 3

THE FIRE TOMB: The Byzantium Chronicles Vol. 3

by P.Cono

Set in the Byzantine Empire during the reign of Emperor Leo VI, around the year 900. It is the story of Commander Bezakis of the Imperial Bodyguard who also doubles as a special agent for the Emperor. He has a slave, Markos, who assists him in solving mysteries.

The third novel is set in and around Jerusalem, a city rebuilt by the Roman Empror Hadrian in the second century AD. Bezakis and Markos set out solving a mystery involving the ancient Ark of the Covenant lost since the sacking of Jerusalem by the Babylonians in 586 BC.

186 pagers, paperback