Blogs by David James Trapp
Two new reviews!
3/12/2007 7:50:19 AM
Two new reviews have just been posted for The Bard of Bethlehem!
Armchair Interviews states, in part: "The book keeps you spell-bound with the interweaving of numerous plot lines. A great historical novel with the flair of fiction and nonfiction combined." For the full review go to www.armchairinterviews.com.
Kaye Trout Book Reviews (www.kayetrout.blogspot.com) says of it: "The Bard of Bethlehem is rich in historical folklore and customs of the people--Celts, Druits, Jews, Romans and Greeks. If you're interested in the politics and the lives of the people around judea prior to the birth of Christ, you will probably enjoy this novel."
- David Trapp
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