The Bible Murder
Gerhard Behrens, author
An archaeologist of the University of London is murdered because he found something that contradicts a well-founded and commonly accepted interpretation of the Bible. A simple clay sherd unearthed from a dig in southern Saudi Arabia turns everything upside down that we know about the region of the Old Testament. His find confirms the theory already published by the well-known and non-fictional author Professor Kamal Salibi of the University of Beirut. With such a sensitive subject it is no wonder that the archaeologist like Professor Salibi before him faces a whole phalanx of enemies, among whom his murderer or murderers. One more professor, a Middle Eastern historian and a colleague of the archaeologist, manages to finally solve that case after the police had already given up.