Seeking the Light of Justice by Barry Nadel
Sometimes even an innocent discovery could turn into the worst of nightmares…
Prof. Yoshua Rosenberg, who has been researching the legends of the Light of Justice for years with his archaeologists, discovers the cover of General Aharon Dori’s Hoshiyan Chronicles from the binding of a 500-year-old book and decides to publish it on the Internet.
The release of the cover, however, intercepted by Vatican security, unleashes the wrath of the Church and the Pope, who had an ancient order to destroy the Chronicles or anything having to do with its author, and this leads to the outbreak of the Vatican’s secret war against the Chronicles.
Clues lead the professor and his team to the house of study where the chronicles were written in Spain. The professor uncovers a bombing plot by Basque separatists. During the excavation they open a sealed room exposing the horrors of the Spanish Inquisition. They find forty-six Jewish bodies left to suffocate!
Bewildered, they are illegally arrested by the deputy interior minister and thrown into a notorious Spanish prison.
What will become of them now that they are privy to all these secrets?
From where will there salvation come?