Another NYT bestseller
Over 250,000 sold
Rosenberg's novels have an uncanny way of coming true.
The Last Jihad put readers inside the cockpit of a hijacked jet, coming in on a kamikaze attack into an American city . . . but it was written nine months "before" September 11, 2001.
The Last Days opens with an attack on a U.S. diplomatic convoy heading into Gaza, the death of Yasser Arafat, and radical Islamic terrorists trying to take over the West Bank and Gaza . . . but only two weeks before it was published, a U.S. diplomatic convoy was attacked in Gaza . . . thirteen months after publication, Yasser Arafat died . . . and then Hamas seized control of the West Bank and Gaza.
In The Ezekiel Optiona dictator rises to power in Russia, an Iranian leader vows to annihilate Israel, and Russia and Iran form an unprecedented military alliance . . . but on the very day the novel came out, Iran elected a new president vowing to accelerate his country's nuclear program. Four months later, he vowed to "wipe Israel off the earth" . . . and two months after that, Russia agreed to sell Iran $1 billion worth of fighter jets, missiles, and naval warships.
Now comes The Copper Scroll, Rosenberg's most exciting adventure yet.
But so, too, is a new evil, and now White House advisors Jon Bennett and Erin McCoy face a terrifying new threat triggered by an ancient mystery.
A suicide bomber strikes Washington and assassinations unfold from London to Los Angeles, Jon Bennett and Erin McCoy are drawn back into a world of terror they thought was over. At the heart of the mystery lies a 2,000-year-old scroll describing unimaginable treasures that could lead to the Third Jewish Temple. Some call it history's greatest treasure map. Others call it a road map to Armageddon. But the time to find the truth is running out fast.