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Bodie & Brock Thoene

Bodie & Brock Thoene

Genres:
Historical
Bodie and Brock Thoene (pronounced Tay-nee) have written some 50 works of historical fiction—which have sold more than 10 million copies and won several ECPA Gold Medallion Awards. In their timeless classic series about Israel (The Zion Chronicles, The Zion Covenant, and The Zion Legacy), the Thoenes' love for both story and research shines.

Books by Bodie & Brock Thoene

 
43 book(s)
(March 2015)
How could Jesus—who preached righteousness before God, and love and mercy toward neighbors—be so hated and pursued?
 
(March 2014)
Only Nehemiah understands the true sacrifice that is to come as he makes the cup worthy of his Savior.
 
(March 2013)
The first novel in The Jerusalem Chronicles unfolds the turbulent times in Judea during Jesus’ ministry, centering on the friendship between Jesus and Lazarus.
 
(December 2011)
A father, desperate to reconnect with his daughter and regain the love of his wife, discovers that reconciliation and trust begin not with words, but with the revelation of the heart.
 
(June 2011)
She is a singer of sweet songs ... and a sinner. A searcher for truth ... and an outcast.
 
(March 2011)
As Nazi forces tighten their net of evil over Europe in 1940, a Jewish concert violist and her American newsman husband are convinced that nowhere in Europe is safe...
 
(August 2010)
Venture into the lives of the inspiring characters who loved intensely and stood up for what was right during the dark days of World War II.
 
(May 2010)
Will he underestimate the "barbarian princess" or can they work together to restore peace to this tranquil paradise?
 
(September 2009)
The lepers in the valley of Mak’ob hear the rumors—that a miracle worker is walking the earth. Could this healer be the Messiah they long for?
 
(May 2009)
A former court astronomer and wealthy merchant prays for a miracle to save his son -- and ponders the signs he sees in the heavens.
 
(October 2008)
Twelve-year-old Yeshua is in Jerusalem—“about his Father's business” in the Temple—as his panic-stricken parents search for him amidst the chaos.
 
(July 2008)
After Yeshua of Nazareth has raised his friend El'azar from the dead, news of Yeshua travels fast and the Sanhedrin begin their plot to kill him.
 
(January 2008)
As Yeshua is challenged by the religious leaders, his beloved friend falls ill. When Yeshua finally arrives, it is too late ... or is it?
 
(April 2007)
Who in Bethlehem could guess that their tiny, obscure village, populated by shepherds, would become the hinge upon which all history turns ... and the focus of a terrifying rampage?
 
(October 2006)
The little town of Nazareth is a long way from Jerusalem and King Herod's evil clutches.
 
(July 2006)
The Tucker and Canfield families in Shiloh, Arkansas struggle to make it through the Great Depression ...
 
(July 2006)
Four soldiers survive World War I, the Roaring Twenties and the Great Depression, then the rebuilding of their lives ...
 
(July 2006)
Four soldiers survive World War I, the Roaring Twenties and the Great Depression, then the rebuilding of their lives ...
 
(July 2006)
Four soldiers survive World War I, the Roaring Twenties and the Great Depression, then the rebuilding of their lives ...
 
(April 2006)
Full-scale war breaks out between the Arabs and the Jews and caught in the middle are the fleeing Palestinian refugees ...
 
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