This week I noticed something different when I checked on the status of The Soldier Who Killed a King on Amazon. The price has dropped from $14.99 to $12.59US. There has been a similar drop on the Canadian website from $19.99CAD to $15.92CAD.
Since I have no control over prices, I can only guess that the corporate world wants to increase the sales volume, and as a result we the reading public can enjoy the benefit of a great book at a reduced price. The best deal I have seen online for a new edition of this book is at Christianbook.com where the list price is $10.99US.
If you have been considering purchasing this historical novel, this is an ideal time. Here’s the book descriptor:
A stunning story of Holy Week through the eyes of a Roman centurion
Watch the triumphal entry of the donkey-riding king through the eyes of Marcus Longinus, the centurion charged with keeping the streets from erupting into open rebellion.
Look behind the scenes at the political plotting of King Herod, known as the scheming Fox for his ruthless shrewdness.
Get a front-row seat to the confrontation between the Jewish high priest Caiaphas and the Roman governor Pontius Pilate.
Understand as never before the horror of the decision to save a brutal terrorist in order to condemn the peaceful Jew to death.
If you’ve heard the story of Passion Week so often it’s become stale, now is the time to rediscover the terrible events leading from Jesus’s humble ride into the city to his crucifixion. The Soldier Who Killed a King will stun you afresh with how completely Christ’s resurrection changed history, one life at a time.
Now discover for yourself the transformational power of the cross and the resurrection.