Jerald Ramsey Mixes Myth and Modern-day Adventure in His New Novel

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‘Searching for Apollo’ unfolds to an intercontinental odyssey filled with action, suspense and historical intrigue.

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Jerald Ramsey, author of “The Fourth Key,” returns to the world of literature with “Searching for Apollo.” Featuring the same captivating storytelling style that readers came to love in his previous works, this new novel follows Brandon Summers in his journey through the grit and glamour of celebrity and the vicissitudes of life and love.

Brandon Summers is many things – he is a husband to his doting wife, Jennifer and a father to their three children. To his many fans, he is the Greek god Apollo – the character he plays in movies and personal appearances. When Brandon travels to Greece, he has no idea that he is about to become enmeshed in an adventure of mythic proportions filled with incredible artifacts and ancient prophecies.

In Greece, Brandon becomes involved in archaeology, a fascination that soon puts into motion a series of events that will change his life forever. Ramsey, the riveting narrator, takes readers on an exhilarating journey alongside Brandon through the lush state of Ohio, the bustling streets of California to the historic land of Greece and finally to the novel’s unforgettable conclusion.

Suffused with mystery, historical intrigue and fantasy, “Searching for Apollo” is a brilliantly wrought tale that will keep readers engaged from beginning to end.

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About the Author
Jerald Ramsey has compiled and contributed to several nonfiction books. He loves travel and ancient history and has also published the novel, “The Fourth Key.” Ramsey currently lives in Dayton, Ohio.

Publication Date: January 16, 2014
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