Jonathan Malone Novels Masthead

Blood of Martyrs series

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The church grows, but Sebastian and Susanna are maligned by a traitor. The lovers mourn recent martyrdoms as a betrayer haunts the palace. The condemnation of Susanna is the last straw.
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Is the prophesied regathering of the Jews happening now, or do salient biblical verses refer to the early days of the Millennial Kingdom? Apparently, Israel was founded with religious designs, and not particularly Jewish designs.

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Prophetic study of Isaiah 30-35. Did the Yom Kippur ritual originate in the worship of demons as modern scholars say? Could the Protestant identification of Mystery Babylon be correct?
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Other Novels

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Using a Directed Energy Weapon, the professor destroys fumingating planes in flight. Rahab was suffering threats and humiliation until Salmah the Israelite spy showed up. Rampaging through fifteenth-century Bohemia, Dracula waylays a young Hussite knight.
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Strange Theater anthology

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Dr. Paul Stafford infiltrates the shadow government to sabotage their genetic plans. Jan Koenraadz assumes command of the Seashorse to catch mutineers with the help of a ghost ship. The orphaned Little Jesse goes to live with his Vietnam vet uncle, and both come to a surprising realization.
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Anthropologist Colt Brennan joins a Canadian Mountie who is pursuing bandits to their hideout in the Valley of Sasquatch.    
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