The Topkapi Secret Reviewed

Friday, December 31, 2010

Book Description: American professor Angela Hall's world is falling apart. Left with two things: her money and her job, she sets out to research women's issues in The Middle East. Until she crosses paths with Mohammed Atareek...

Mohammed is a man on a mission. Raised in the Muslim faith, he has learned something no Muslim is supposed to know: the Koran of today is not the original. Could it be true? Mohammed will risk his life to find out.

When Angela's and Mohammed's worlds collide, sparks fly--both from their hearts and the tempers of the terrorists following them.!/pages/The-Topkapi-Secret/112870552068331

My Thoughts: I don't know why but I am drawn to books in set in the Middle East or with a Middle Eastern slant. This was a beautifully written book that took me across the country of Turkey, a place I have never been before in person or in a book. This book shed new light on the Koran, I find it sad that Muslims will go to their grave not knowing the truth about what they believe. I highly recommend this book!


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