Thief In The Night
The Case of the Missing Millennium
by William Sears
The story of Bahá'u'lláh as the most important detective story of our time - gripping!
The problem. In the first half of the nineteenth century there was world-wide and fervent expectation that during the 1840's the return of Christ would take place. The story made the headlines and even reached the Congress of the United States. From China and the Middle East to Europe and America, men of conflicting ideas shared in the expectancy. Scoffers were many but the enthusiasm was tremendous, and all agreed on the time. Why? And what became of the story? Did anything happen or was it all a dream?
The solution. Patiently, and with exemplary thoroughness, William Sears set out to solve this mystery. In 'Thief in the Night' he presents his fully detailed 'conduct of the case' in an easy style which enthuses the reader with the excitement of the chase. The solution to which all the clues lead comes as a tremendous challenge.
This is a mystery story with a difference: 'the mystery is a real one', and of vital importance to every human being. The author presents the evidence in 'The Case of the Missing Millennium', in such a way that you can solve it for yourself.
17.8 x 11.1 cm (7 x 4.25 in)
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