Peeking into Pandora’s Box: Archaeology Buff Unravels History

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Author Hewitt Freiburg crafts new mystery thriller with a religious twist

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The historical context in the novel spans many countries and centuries; it can be tied to much of the research my husband, Borys, and I have done over the years, with each example having a special place in history.

From the bottom of Pandora’s treasure, history is ripe with the unforeseen. What if there was an undiscovered artifact that could change things forever?

Having studied archaeology of the Middle East, Italy, Greece, Turkey and the U.S., Hewitt Freiburg provides an intriguing landscape of both fact and fiction in “Renegades among the Tumbleweeds.” Grappling with their own beliefs, Jon and his friends discover a box on an archaeology site in Maine containing artifacts that could change the face of history.

Freiburg’s experiences and studies compelled her to share them with others. The novel details early Christianity in the times of Constantine and the later Crusades, drawing on the controversial ways in which it was practiced.

“Although Renegades among the Tumbleweeds is a novel, I believe it incorporates cutting edge historical research from around the world,” Freiburg said.

“The historical context in the novel spans many countries and centuries; it can be tied to much of the research my husband, Borys, and I have done over the years, with each example having a special place in history.”

For more information, visit http://hewittfreiburg.com/

“Renegades among the Tumbleweeds”
By Hewitt Freiburg
Available in softcover and e-book formats
Available on Amazon, Google Books and Author House.

About the author
Hewitt Freiburg is a retired corporate finance attorney, now volunteering part time as CFO of a startup. She is an active member of the boards of archeological institutions, including one doing excavations in Middle Egypt. Freiburg and her husband regularly visit Egypt and have traveled to over 100 countries.

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