AUTHOR: Scott Rezer
Shadow of the Mountain: A Novel of the Flood
Published January 28, 2014
Chosen... or delusional? How does one man persevere when he is given a message that will either test the strength of his faith or convince him he has lost his mind?
NOACH BEN-LEMEKH is one of the few men on earth who still worships the One True God. With his barren wife, he leads a simple life as a trader in the provincial city of Beth-Aden, away from the intrigues that infest the capital of the League of Sippar. But when God warns him of the coming Flood, his mission thrusts him into the arena of world affairs. As civil war erupts, a tide of evil arises across the face of the earth around a newly proclaimed lord of the Nephilim... the ill-begotten son of a fallen angelic prince and the seed of a woman. As the world rushes headlong into war and ever-increasing violence, Noach stands between one world's cataclysmic destruction and the promised birth of another to become the second father of mankind.
God never told him though that sin would find him again in the shadow of the mountain…
Other Books by Scott R. Rezer:
Love Abideth Still: A Novel of the Civil War
Published November 5, 2013.
Can a soldier's letters renew his widow's love for him after his death?
March, 1863. The War Between the States has raged for nearly two years.
Five months after his death, the body of Sarah’s estranged husband, a Union soldier, finally comes home for burial in Philadelphia. Taylor’s burial, though, rather than putting her unresolved grief to rest, begins a journey that will not just test her faith, but will plumb the depths of her devotion to her dead husband.
When anger and sorrow push her to the edge of despair, Sarah turns to the few letters sent to her by Taylor from the frontlines in a desperate need to understand the guilt she feels over his death. But, as the war continues to tear the nation asunder and rumors of a Confederate invasion threaten the North, Sarah’s own sense of patriotic duty begins to awaken. And with that newfound obligation, she discovers in the letters she once dismissed as weak attempts to convince her of his duty to the nation, that Taylor’s voice has the power to soften a heart grown bitter and cold from beyond the grave.
From the bloody battlefields of Winchester and Bull Run to the quiet streets of Philadelphia, Love Abideth Still is a fictional story based upon the lives of the author’s Civil War ancestors whose sacrifice—like so many others who loved and lost during the War Between the States—has not been forgotten. It is a moving story of war and forgiveness, one in which a young woman discovers that it is possible to fall in love again with her husband even when separated from him by the finality of death.
The Leper King
Published April 9, 2009
King of Jerusalem and Defender of the Holy Sepulcher, Baldwin IV walks the sword’s edge between the intriguing barons of his own Court and the jihad of Islam. Between the two, however, a sinister presence lurks—a heretical society called the Order of Sion that will stop at nothing to see its own dark designs come to fruition. Baldwin is young, innocent, and a military strategist of no small measure. And, he is a leper. In the midst of mounting political
tensions and war, a mysterious woman unexpectedly befriends the lonely sick king—a woman who claims she is Mary Magdalen.
He is the author of three books; Shadow of the Mountain: A Novel of the Flood, Love Abideth Still: A Novel of the Civil War, and his first novel, The Leper King, an historical fantasy of the Crusades.
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