New Author W.H. Muhlenfeld Announces Bold Challenge to The Lost Symbol Author Dan Brown

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On the heels of Dan Brown's latest literary blockbuster, freshman author W.H. Muhlenfeld has issued a challenge to readers everywhere: you will like his new book The Amen Heresy better than The Lost Symbol or your money back.

On the heels of Dan Brown's latest literary blockbuster, freshman author W.H. Muhlenfeld has issued a challenge to readers everywhere: you will like his new book The Amen Heresy better than The Lost Symbol or your money back.

Every book published this fall is competing with Brown's Goliath novel; and now Muhlenfeld's The Amen Heresy has entered the arena as David. Releasing to the public within just days of each other, The Amen Heresy (Bascom Hill Books, ISBN 978-0-9820938-4-9, October 2009, $15.95) and Brown's book have much in common; exciting plot twists and turns, an intriguing mystery and controversial religious themes. But Muhlenfeld boasts the major difference: The Amen Heresy is the more informed and more intelligent choice. And now it's guaranteed.

This thrilling novel follows Jack Fisher, an ex-priest and dyslexic expert of foreign languages, as he is drawn into an unsolved mystery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, some of the most controversial ancient texts in existence. As the true meanings behind the scrolls comes to light, Jack joins forces with a beautiful agent of the Israeli Antiquities Authority and a young Palestinian boy as they battle multiple enemies attempting to take both the scroll and the lives of Jack and his companions. Venturing across a hallowed landscape, the story culminates with one final struggle at Mount Sinai where the fate of Jack Fisher and Jews, Muslims and Christians worldwide, is finally determined.

"The genre of novels on ancient artifacts is growing at an alarming pace, with most of them being rather indifferent, inaccurately researched and formulaic. This one by W.H. Muhlenfeld is not only an enjoyable read, but well researched, full of twists and sub-plots and keeps up the interest right to the surprising end…a racy, well-written novel that I found historically plausible and topically compelling." -- Robert Feather Author, The Mystery of the Copper Scroll of Qumran

For more information about The Amen Heresy or W.H. Muhlenfeld's challenge to Dan Brown, visit
The Amen Heresy website

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