The author of two books for young adults, Karen Wills practiced law and taught English at the college level. She also taught Lakota teens at an alternative school, and, most recently, Inupiaq Eskimo children in the remote village of Wales, Alaska. She has the distinction of experiencing a personal encounter with a polar bear. Her work has appeared in numerous publications. She has grown children and lives with her husband near Glacier National Park in Montana.Her first novel, Remarkable Silence, was inspired by the need now, as never before, for religious tolerance.
by Karen Wills
Sepphoris, Israel, 1995: Henry and Alice Cross, Harvard scholars leading an archaeological dig, discover clay tablets recording a family’s epic history from Moses through Mary, the mother of Jesus. The Tablets raise serious questions about the foundations of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Was Moses a servant of God or a charlatan?...
Join our thousands of happy subscribers. It's free!
Get Deep Discounts on
Plus Free Books for
All prices are for US customers of the Amazon.com Kindle store and were verified by BookGorilla at 9 am EDT, but prices may change without notice so please verify that the book is still free or bargain priced before confirming your order.