Author: Ken Paterson
After a mysterious meeting at dusk in London’s Regent’s Park, Alex finds himself in Oman, where he is drawn, by a chance encounter with the kindly scholar Burhan, into the perilous quest for an ancient cloth, allegedly bearing the image of God.
Burhan sees the cloth as a beacon of hope for mankind. Salah, his ruthless cousin, wants to lock it away forever. The chase that ensues will threaten Burhan’s life, Alex’s life and Carol’s too, his enigmatic new girlfriend.
Click here to pick up your copy of The Story of the Cloth in the Amazon Kindle store.
About the Author:
Currently a freelance writer, Ken Paterson spent twenty years at the University of Westminster in London, where he was a teacher, teacher-trainer and Director of the Centre for English Learning and Teaching. As well as writing popular grammar practice books for students, he has research interests in spoken grammar and academic grammar, and has published two online courses for teachers in these areas.
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