Investigations in Tibet: Was Issa really Jesus Christ?
Sherlock Holmes on the Roof of the World: Holmes behind the Veil Book 1 by Thomas Kent Miller
My thanks go out to Thomas Kent Miller and Steve and Timi from MX Books!
The Great Detective on the Roof of the World takes place in Tibet during Holmes’ “Great Hiatus.” Sherlock Holmes meets H. Horace Holly and Leo Vincey, associates of Allan Quatermain, between their adventures in H. Rider Haggard's SHE and AYESHA. A man has been murdered, and Sigerson, Holmes in his Norweigan disguise is suspected of the murder! The murder takes place in the library of a Tibetian monastery. It concerns the discovery of the writings of one Issa, a traveler in Tibet, who just might be Jesus of Nazareth…
Were the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John NOT accounts of the disciples, but written much later and copied from another source? Have the writings of the Gnostic Gospels of Gaspar (one of the wise men) and Mirium (possibly Mary Magdalene) reflected the truth of Jesus Christ? Did Jesus actually survive the cross and marry Martha and Mary, sisters of Lazarus, and make a pilgrimage to the East, studying for a time in the monasteries of Tibet? Do the people who claim direct descent from Jesus really have a valid claim? Did the lineage of Jesus Christ actually settle into the Roof of the World?
These questions and more are on the minds of our intrepid threesome, and perhaps they can settle this once and for all!
For Thomas Kent Miller, this book has been a labor of love. Tom is a deep thinker, which is reflected in his prose. He is never boring, the prose is full of action, and you just might learn something and be better for it! Bravo, Tom!
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