Jesus Christ is about to start a revolution—but it’s not the one he had in mind!
Opposing forces in Judea, coerced by Lucius Sejanus, the most powerful man in the Roman Empire, attempt to maneuver Jesus as a pawn in a conspiracy to overthrow Rome’s second emperor, Tiberius.
A new and original plot unfolds as the same events described in the Christian Bible are driven by entirely new and plausible motivations of Pontius Pilate, Roman governor of Judea, Joseph Caiaphas, high priest of the Sanhedrin, and other biblical figures.
With one minor exception, the Bible says nothing about Jesus’ life before he began his ministry. In The Conspiracy to Assassinate Jesus Christ, follow Jesus on his journey from toddler to teenager, explorer to preacher, and eventually prophet of God.
No story has ever linked Sejanus with the execution of Jesus. The startling conclusion will leave you contemplating many of the still hotly debated religious concepts in this... More > could-have-been historical fiction thriller.< Less
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By Christopher Seepe
Nov 10, 2012
“Can a heart-thumping suspense thriller revolve around the life of Jesus Christ? Seepe’s debut novel does just that ... takes the reader for a powerful ride, while the familiarity of the story and recognizable characters add to the intrigue. ... weaves details of first-century society into the suspense, which builds tension and lends authenticity to the plot. Jesus’ first-person account amounts to an exceptional portrait of his developing comprehension of his own divinity, along with his struggles to reconcile his human nature. An intriguing premise with some excellent writing ...” — Kirkus Reviews