George Conroy's review , Editor, Memphis Jewish Journal
Ben Wilson, editor, "awesome story...can I have more?....can't wait for the next one!"
In James Albert’s exciting first novel, Temujin’s Bow, a beautiful English archeologist who has been searching for dinosaur bones in Mongolia literally stumbles over the child-size bow that Genghis Khan had played with as a boy. It could be a clue to the fabulous treasure of the Great Conqueror, and the discovery prompts a desperate race between interests in America, China, and Russia to locate Khan’s tomb. Temujin’s Bow is fast-paced and full of twists, ultimately leading to a surprising conclusion worthy of the mysterious legend of Genghis Khan
himself. -- Gary E. Anderson, www.abciowa.com
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