Jeremiah (Biblical prophet)--Fiction; Jerusalem--History--Siege, 586 B..C.--Fiction; Prophets--Jerusalem--Fiction; Religious fiction, American; historical fiction, American
The siege of Jerusalem by the Assyrian and Babylonian armies in 586 B.C. created devastation and despair. . . especially for Jeremiah and Lehi, who tried to tell the people what was coming if they did not turn their lives around.
This Old Testament story, intriguingly told, is Marilyn Brown's latest novel (publisher website)
What happens when the forces of jealousy and greed break a nation into factions? History proves a broken country weakens, and may come undone. Fires of Jerusalem is a novel that explores the breakdown of Jerusalem, and tells why Urijah, Lehi, Jeremiah--and many more--tried to leave it.