In the 43rd year of the reign of the Emperor Augustus Caesar, a son of a Roman official posted near Bethlehem, is sent on an errand by his mother. On the way, he encounters all the usual sights and sounds of village life in Judaea, but Bethlehem is even more crowded that usual.
Jeffrey Archer is Britain's top-selling novelist. A former MP and Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party, he was made a Life Peer in 1992. He lives in London and Cambridge.
The First Miracle by Jeffrey Archer
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