► I have just read your
Mystery. . . . Your analysis of the parallels between Egyptian and
biblical myths is most intriguing. —M.E.E.
► Your book is
one of the rare ones that is seldom
appreciated. I lost it once, had it stolen once, and re-bought it
again. . . .It’s the nearest book that correctly gives reign lengths
in my opinion. I have anxiously awaited the follow-up for some time.
► I am
amazed at how you managed to figure out that
there is a connection of the Genesis chronology to the Egyptian
chronology. . . .And your breakdown of Genesis 15:13 with Exodus 13:40
was also impressive. And the match of the patriarch with the Egyptian
myths was inspiring. —T.G.
► Your theories are
fascinating. I have long been
bothered by how detailed the Abraham Exodus, and Joshua stories are,
much too detailed to have survived in oral transmission for a thousand
years or carried on parchments by nomads from camp to camp. Your
theories make much more sense. —R.C.B.
► Your book just arrived. It is
The Moses Mystery is
certainly a great piece of work. I can’t imagine how much time and
research must have gone into the production of it. —R.P.
► I congratulate you on your
groundbreaking book on
the Exodus. —S.L.
► I am
intrigued by the thesis and premises of your
new book. —M.P.
► I have read your book,
The Moses Mystery,
with great interest. —P.B.M.
read your book, The Moses Mystery, and am very interested in
the subject. —R.G.