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Brief Description: Three thousand years ago one of the earliest scriptures ever recorded, the Book of Enoch, Noah’s great-grandfather, was written; 365 of the scriptures contained therein had been discovered, but one was missing. This lost parchment was purported to provide startling details of encounters with benevolent alien beings called The Watchers – information that could challenge and change traditional perceptions of mankind and the world.
Oxford University professor of theology and languages, Donald Bryan, finds himself propelled from his university safe haven into the world of espionage, greed and corruption, accompanied on his roller-coaster adventure by National Security Agency agent Fae Winters, in a puzzle-solving, heart-stopping race against time to find the lost scripture before its secrets fall into the hands of fanatical religious groups.
Everything you think you know about the world and its history, including the true identity of Christ and the secret inner workings of the US Government and influential worldwide corporations, will be thrust into doubt. Heavens Fire raises a crucial question: is there any truth? And the shocking answer is: those who know don’t care; and those who care don’t know.
About the Author:
Nigerian-born married father Kizzi Nkwocha made his mark in the UK initially working for 12 years as a newspaper and magazine journalist, and at the age of 21 became the youngest newspaper editor for the Recorder Group. He subsequently worked as the programming editor for Emap’s Broadcast magazine, acted as guest editor for the international celebrity magazine, Society, and finished his journalistic career as a News of the World reporter.
Now a widely respected and successful media consultant and public relations specialist, who has represented a diverse range of clients, including the King of Uganda, the mistresses of President Clinton, Pakistani cricket captain Wasim Akram, campaign group Jubilee 2000, and the Vass Foundation, an international charitable organisation that focuses on alleviating the problems of AIDS and malaria in the Third World, he was voted one of the hundred most influential black people in the UK.
Nkwocha has also become a well-known face in both radio and television, having been the focus of a Channel 4 documentary on publicity and having hosted his own talk show, London Line, on Sky, interviewing such names as Lennox Lewis and Muhammad Ali. He has also co-presented a weekly current affairs programme in Spain on Radio Onda Cero International.