☆ Finding Sheba || ☆ PDF Read by ☆ H.B. Moore

By H.B. Moore | Comments: ( 420 ) | Date: ( Oct 24, 2019 )

For centuries, historians have speculated that the Queen of Sheba is nothing than a seductive legend but when undercover agent Omar Zagouri finds a tomb in a tunnel beneath Jerusalem, he unearths cryptic clues that may lead to the queen s final resting place.This discovery, if authentic, could throw into question the governmental claim to the Holy Land and prove theFor centuries, historians have speculated that the Queen of Sheba is nothing than a seductive legend but when undercover agent Omar Zagouri finds a tomb in a tunnel beneath Jerusalem, he unearths cryptic clues that may lead to the queen s final resting place.This discovery, if authentic, could throw into question the governmental claim to the Holy Land and prove the Bible false Wealthy collectors, ruthless archaeologists, and officials from Egypt, Ethiopia, Israel, and Yemen scramble to find and lay claim to the secret site.Dr Richard Lyon of Brown University, the world s leading expert on the queen, is found murdered in his office, setting off a chain of deadly events Omar desperately works to piece together the puzzle to locate the queen s burial ground, fearing another assassination will take place He teams up with one of Lyon s prot g es as well as with his ex girlfriend, agent Mia Golding, in order to unravel the truth about the queen, expose a murderer, and reveal a timeless story of love, revenge, and sacrifice.

  • Title: Finding Sheba
  • Author: H.B. Moore
  • ISBN: 9781477821428
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

H.B. Moore

Heather B Moore is a USA Today bestselling author of than a dozen historical novels and thrillers, written under pen name H.B Moore She writes women s fiction, romance and inspirational non fiction under Heather B Moore This can all be confusing, so her kids just call her Mom Heather attended Cairo American College in Egypt, the Anglican School of Jerusalem in Israel, and earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University in Utah.Alternate Page Heather B MoorePlease join Heather s email list at hbmoore contact Blog mywriterslairWebsite hbmooreTwitter heatherbmooreFacebook Fans of H.B MooreLiterary awards 3 time Best of State Recipient for Best in Literary Arts, 3 time Whitney Award Winner, and 2 time Golden Quill Award Winner

Comments Finding Sheba

  • Jacob Proffitt

    After reading about Omar and Mia in A Timeless Romance Anthology: Autumn Collection, I expressed a desire to read more of these two characters. Shortly thereafter, I received an offer from the publisher for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Safe bet on their side, I suppose, as I already liked those two a great deal.The book got off to a slow start for me, however, though that may be a perceptual issue on my side. The book has a number of viewpoint characters (including one f [...]

  • Casey

    A solid 3I went into this book with zero knowledge of the historical significance or stories relating to the Queen of Sheba. Heard of her, yep, but that's about it. As such, I cannot speak to the potential historical accuracy of the book so my review is based entirely on how much I personally enjoyed it.I never read The Da Vinci Code, but I did see the movie, and Finding Sheba felt like watching The Da Vinci Code. There were even fade to black moments. The different POVs brought the story togeth [...]

  • Melanie

    WOW!! I loved this book! Three different storylines are woven into one. It's basically a race to find the tomb of the Queen of Sheba. We first meet Omar Zabouri, who is an undercover Israeli agent. His story intersects with Mia, his ex-girlfriend, and Alem, who meets Omar in Yemen.Next we meek Nicaula, the Queen of Sheba, in 964 B.C. in Southern Arabia. We learn her story throughout the book and it's fascinating. (I wish there had been footnotes so I would know what part of her story is factual. [...]

  • So, I Read This Book Today

    How a thriller SHOULD be written The world we see that seems so insane is the result of a belief system that is not working. To perceive the world differently, we must be willing to change our belief system, let the past slip away, expand our sense of now, and dissolve the fear in our minds. – William JamesThe history of the Jews has been written overwhelmingly by scholars of texts – understandably given the formative nature of the Bible and the Talmud. Seeing Jewish history through artifact [...]

  • Julie

    When I started reading Finding Sheba it was like Heather Moore had blended her talent with historicals and contemporary all into one book. We have a story thread of the Queen of Sheba and what's going on in her life after her father dies and she goes on a mission to avenge his death. I was so fascinated with the way she was portrayed and the theories that were put forward on her life and what could have happened. The research was impeccable and I really was pulled into wanting to know more about [...]

  • Heather

    For every novel I have written, there is a story behind the writing, and there is also a story behind the publication. Finding Sheba has extensive stories on both accounts. I’m a “discovery writer” or a “pantser writer.” This means I often don’t know what will happen next in the story. I’ll sit down to write and read the pages I wrote the day before and hope (crossing fingers) that I can pick up where I left off and come up with something interesting.Finding Sheba will be released [...]

  • Mara

    Wow!! Where do I begin? There's too much going on for me to give a synopsis of the book without me getting everyone confused. There are 2 different present-day stories going on at the same time plus flashbacks of the Queen of Sheba's life, but it all intersects and comes together for a fantastic ending.There's the story of Nicaula, who becomes the Queen of Sheba at 15 years of age, when her father is killed. Her story is told throughout the book and intertwines with the other storylines as they [...]

  • Tressa (Wishful Endings)

    When I finished reading the first chapter, I knew this was going to be good and well-written. There are three different points of view that we follow throughout the book. I thought the author did a really good job in organizing these so that it was easy to follow what was going on. I also liked the way she paced her information. At the beginning I was wondering why it would be such a big deal to know exactly where Queen Sheba was buried and then her character asks the same thing and gets her ans [...]

  • Aimee (Getting Your Read On)

    Wow, this book was packed full of interesting things. I want to call it a historical thriller but it wasn't really fully historical because obviously it's fiction and it wasn't really a thriller because it wasn't scary or anything but it thrilled me. :) Hum, is that clear as mud? Historical Thriller.At first I was a bit confused because there are quite a few different characters, all in different places doing different things. It took me awhile to get to know the characters enough that I felt li [...]

  • Julie

    In this race to find the missing tomb of the queen of Sheba, history comes forward to contemporary times. Moore weaves emotion and life into every word so that I feel like I am part of the story rather than just reading about it. Finding the tomb means many things to many different factions. It could be the discovery of a century. But some people would do anything to keep the tomb hidden. The backstory of this ancient queen is heartbreakingly beautiful and is woven so well into the tale that you [...]

  • Rachelle

    Finding Sheba has the perfect mix of all of my favorite plot points. In this novel you'll experience thriller aspects, murder, suspense, and high-speed chases. There's also some great romantic tension and plenty of historical underpinnings which, as usual, are right on the money. H.B. Moore's incredible grip on the middle-east, both past and present, is fascinating. The characters move through this story and into the daylight as Moore develops realistic feelings, emotions, and tensions throughou [...]

  • C.J. Anaya

    Finding Sheba focuses on different nations fighting to discover the final resting place for the queen of Sheba. Omar and Mia, two Israeli operatives are trying to find the culprits responsible for the attempted assassination of the Coptic Pope while Jade and Lucas, are hot on the trail of clues to the Queen's resting place. The story follows several different characters who all meet up in the end with their own pieces of the puzzle adding to the bigger picture, which is, in my opinion, pretty da [...]

  • M R

    Moore delivers a heart-pounding race through ancient landscapes and modern intrigues as an epic hunt for the Queen of Sheba’s final resting place leads to the truth behind the legends. The discovery of a hidden tomb leads to the attempted murder of the Coptic Pope and pulls a diverse cast of characters into a quest across the deserts of Saudi Arabia in order to find clues they hope will prove the existence of key historical figures mentioned in the Bible. Along the way, they face death, desert [...]

  • Alisa

    I took notes while reading this book, and I can't find them - Yikes! So I will come back and update this review when I find those notesI almost got lost in the first three chapters of this book We went from Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island to North of Jerusalem to Southern Arabia in 964BC. But I'm glad I stayed with the book because it was a great, great story! Omar Zagouri is an Israeli intelligence officer working undercover. He works for the same company as his ex-girlfriend, Mia, [...]

  • Kathleen Dixon

    I was sent this book as part of a blog tour hosted by I am a Reader, not a Writer, and I offered to read and review it. The blurb about this book had me most interested. I like thrillers, I like books that promise to be a series with a named 'star', and I'm interested in biblical history. There was no reason not to enjoy it.And enjoy it I did! Occasionally I found the dialogue a little unlikely, and the romances were predictable, but the author draws excellent descriptions of the places we trave [...]

  • Cheryl

    I always love Heather Moore's characters and storytelling. "Finding Sheba" was no exception. She weaves a beautiful tale full of adventure and romance. I also really enjoy learning about history from Heather. She helps me understand what different cultures, times, and places are like. I did feel a little lost some of the time though. I think that is because I knew almost nothing about the Queen of Sheba before I started reading this book. Most of the other historical fiction I have read by Heath [...]

  • Jessie

    3 1/2 starsIt's hard to know where to start on this book, because there were so many characters involved. We have Mia and Omar who work intelligence for the Israeli government, French archeologist Lucas Morell, and American grad student, Jade, and then the Queen of Sheba, King Solomon, and their contemporaries. The story focuses on archeologist, governments, and modern-day pirates all searching for the tomb of the Queen of Sheba, in order to verify her existence and that of King Solomon.There wa [...]

  • Heidi Robbins (Heidi Reads...)

    I don't always like modern and historical stories interwoven- I usually find one boring and distracting to the other, but not in this case! I loved the viewpoint of Nicaula, the legendary Queen of Sheba, eagerly anticipating her next account and discovering where her passionate story led. The modern viewpoints are chock full of action and intrigue- switching from one character to another to give a well-rounded perspective of the puzzle pieces that seem random but work their way together by the e [...]

  • Katie W

    Sometimes the thought of writing a book stresses me out, even if I'm not the one doing the writing. That's exactly how this book was, mainly because so much research had to have gone on to put this together and the fact that there are a couple of different stories going on, some modern and one way in the past, and they all intertwine to weave together. That takes some serious talent!There were several characters, all trying to find the truth surrounding the Queen of Sheba. Some were good and som [...]

  • Rachel Devaughn

    “Finding Sheba” by Heather Moore is a romantic, tragic, thriller book all rolled into one. I can’t imagine how many months it took the author to gather historic information about Queen Sheba and the Middle East to make it seem as accurate as possible. It took me a couple chapters to really get into the story line because it kept jumping from character to character and their particular story. However, by the end of the book the characters all came together so it made more sense why the book [...]

  • Nikki Lewis

    “Finding Sheba” is such an amazing book! I definitely give it 5 stars and recommend it to all! It is a suspenseful romantic thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat while you flip page after to find out what will happen next. Although this book is written from multiple views, it is interesting to learn everyone’s stories and see them all come together in the end. I LOVED how you get so sucked in that it is very hard to put down, which is what killed me about this book because I [...]

  • ❀Aimee❀ Just one more page...

    Parts of this book were amazingly written. I was on edge, reading feverishly through the thrilling moments. Who doesn't love an archaeology thriller?There was a character I just couldn't stand. I can't tell you how many times the college student glanced at her mood ring to figure out how she felt. I was ragey every time she did it. She was an idiot when it came to understanding modesty and basic safety in Egypt.I loved the POV from the Queen of Sheba, the constant adventure, and all in all I enj [...]

  • A.L. Sowards

    3.5 stars, rounding up. I like history and I like suspense novels, so I thought this one would be a good fit for me. The main plot revolves around searching out the Queen of Sheba’s tomb, a find of historical significance, and something several groups are willing to kill over. I liked the beginning and I liked the end. The middle was OK. I was surprised that Mia and Omar had lived together, unmarried. There weren’t any details, but since the author writes lots of clean romance, I was a littl [...]

  • J. Kahele

    This was different than anything I have ever read. The author took three different POV’s and cleverly wove it into the book like it was of second nature. This is not an easy task, but the author did it brilliantly. The plot surrounds the tomb of Queen Sheba. We meet Omar Zabouri, an Israeli agent, then we meet the Queen of Sheba, herself, Nicaula, finally we meet Jade an intern from Cairo.There was a lot of action in this book and I learned a lot of historical facts, I never knew existed. Grea [...]

  • Taffy

    FINDING SHEBA is a mix of intrigue, adventure, history, romance and a mysterious queen. Moore writes in a way that weaves history into the plot without taking the reader out of the story. And she writes in such a way that I almost believe I am in the scene, from the smells to the sounds to the sights. Very well done!Thanks to netgalley for the read!

  • Vicki

    Seriously one of the best books I've read in a long time! There was plenty of action to keep me on edge and wanting to read more! I loved that it's told from 3 different views and it all comes together in the end. It kind of reminds me of The Da Vinci code with all the history and the way they have to uncover where the Queen of Sheba was buried.

  • Erika B. (SOS BOOKS)

    I am fast becoming a Heather B. Moore fan! The more I read books written by her the more I find I like them! She offers romance and adventure! What more could you ask for?! :D

  • Lucinda

    Not a genre I usually read but excellent story. The multiple POVs threw me off a little in the beginning but the fast-paced story required them. Can't wait for the second one.

  • Mindy

    Heather has proven time and time again what an amazing author she is. This book is no exception to her talent. The characters are engrossing and I loved the way Finding Sheba is told.

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