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FATHER, SON, STONE - A REVIEW

Allan Goodman transports the reader into the ancient city of Jerusalem, to solve the mystery of the origins of what the Jews call the Temple Mount, and Muslims, the Noble Sanctuary.


He creates a parallel focus using a legal process to determine its status in the year 2035, where witnesses testify to their families historic relationship with the sacred site over the centuries.


The story gathers pace as the plot progresses, with life breathed into key figures who touched this controversial place.


The author helpfully distinguishes fact from fiction at the conclusion of the novel.


A well-researched historical novel that helped me put in place more pieces of thIS complex, volatile jigsaw puzzle.



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