The Prophet Paradox by Danny Tuttle


Biblical scholar Anne Hart is lost. Again. In a rural Egyptian village, she tries to save a woman from a public lashing ordered by a local sharia tribunal of elders. The police chief orders Anne to be abandoned in the Qattara Depression, the worst hell hole in the Sahara Desert. With no food or water and weeks of desert in every direction, Anne makes a discovery that can change the world. But will she survive?

Physicist Max Moore detects a burst of elementary particles and makes a startling prediction. Now he can’t escape his fate.

Is anyone free? Or do we see only what we want to see? And than how can love be stronger than destiny?

Ancient secret manuscripts. Supernovas. Lost monasteries. Terrorists. Shark attacks. Proton decay experiments. Media moguls who manipulate the masses. Magical people who can save the world and don’t care. Action. Adventure. Contemporary Fantasy. Science fiction. Romance.

Sound predictable? Then you won’t like the ending.

Danny Tuttle, author of The Prophet Paradox, is a retired chemical engineer and college physics teacher, an enthusiastic amateur researcher of ancient manuscripts, and an Air Force and Coast Guard veteran.

He lives with his wife and daughter in Los Angeles, California, works from his home, occasionally wears pants, and travels daily, via the internet machine, to such places as the Caves of the Thousand Buddhas in Mogao, the Antarctic Icecube Neutrino Observatory, Hobbiton village in New Zealand, and the distant galaxies of the Hubble Deep Field.

Email your thoughts on The Prophet Paradox to danny.tuttle@aol.com


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