In the first century, three decades after Jesus walked the earth, the apostle Paul is arrested and taken, bound in chains, onboard an overloaded ship bound for Rome. Caught in a 'storm of the century,' the ship never reached its destination.
2000 years later, amateur archaeologist David Connor is spending a couple months on the Mediterranean island of Malta, looking for evidence of the lost ship. Just as he begins to find some intriguing artifacts, someone tries to kill him.
With the help a local - and lovely - professor of ancient history, Caroline, David is determined to build his case for the biblical significance of his findings, and figure out who is trying to stop him.
But what if it's Caroline?
Bill is a consultant, author, and photographer. He writes the column "Signs of the Times" at examiner.com. He has been a student of biblical Greek for 25 years, and a student of how religion shapes our worldview for most of his life. He lives in Mesa, Arizona. The Minotaur Medallion is his first novel.