The Light of Truth

Book 3 in the Apostle John Series.   Early Christianity Comes To Life

IAN Finalist, 2017

The LIght of Truth by Susan M B Preston, cover image

A young Jewish girl, and a Christian heretic.

An attraction that should not exist.

It has though, since Rachel first glimpsed the Apostle John’s great-grandson three years before.

Now, her mother’s impetuous act scares and horrifies the girl.

Elizabeth is risking more than her own future when she impulsively attends a meeting by the Christian, the Apostle John.

She is Jewish.
The consequences will be dire if it is discovered what she has done.

In that one action, Elizabeth sets in motion events that will affect the Apostle John’s family and her own.

Benjamin is, in part, the cause of Rachel’s savage beating, and the saving of her life… just.

What has been unleashed, and how does this fit into God’s plans for these families?

Experience this action-packed book in the Apostle John Series

          Awarded five star reviews by three Readers’ Favorite Reviewers and was IAN finalist in 2017

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I very much enjoyed The Light of Truth: Early Christianity Comes to Life. Author Susan Preston has done a wonderful job in creating characters that her readers will be able to connect with, relate to, and truly come to care about. If that isn't a hallmark of a great author, I'm not sure what is. Her ability to tell stories that are fresh and revealing from biblical times is second to none. Any reader who loves works of Christian fiction should absolutely read this book. I am pleased to be able to recommend it, and look forward to reading more from author Susan Preston in the future!
Chris Fischer for Readers’ Favorite
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