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									Highly Controversial Thriller Novel entitled ISSA is released on Kindle

 The fourth novel from C. Frederick Braun raises questions about the seventeen
                           lost years of Jesus Christ.

                             Georgetown, TX, USA (June 4, 2014) -- The long awaited
                             novel ISSA by Texas author C. Frederick Braun is now
                             available on Kindle with special pricing in time for Father's
                             Day. The book has been in the works since 2010 and is
                             controversial in that it provides convincing evidence that
                             Jesus Christ spent the seventeen lost years, those not
                             found in the New Testament, with the Buddhist's in India
                             and Tibet.

                              "I studied the Hemis Scrolls, discovered by Nicholas
                              Notovitch in 1890 in Ladakh, India and used them as a
                              basis for the book," noted Braun. "Additionally, I read the
                              actual English translations of the scrolls conducted in
                              2005, which were almost exactly what Notovitch had
                              reported. These scrolls are the only works we have
depicting the life of Jesus written before the early fourth century. I then took it a step
further and speculated on what would happen if scrolls, actually written by Jesus
Christ, were discovered. The story is fictional and is kind of a cross between D. Brown
and National Treasure but the history is very real." he added.

In the novel, Dennis Wicks, a young American soldier and former Army linguist goes off
on a walkabout through Asia after a tour in Iraq. He purchases an old Buddhist Alms
Bowl in a market and discovers a hidden compartment in the wicker carrier that
contains leafy scrolls. Intrigued he begins the tedious process of translating them from
ancient Pali to Sanskrit, To Tibetan and finally English. What he discovers will change
the course of history. In his hands he is holding the only documents on earth actually
written by the hand of God.

Soon, operatives from the Mossad, The Vatican, The Russian Mob and the CIA are
trying to get their hands on the scrolls and the bowl and Dennis finds that people will go
to any extreme to possess these scared scrolls.

Eliciting the help of his archeologist sister and a prominent religious studies professor,
they travel from India to Pakistan to Athens and finally Tel Aviv trying to protect the
relics and tell the world the Good News...They just have to live long enough to do it.

"There is a message for everyone in this book regardless of your religious beliefs.
Many who have read it tell me it strengthened their belief system and gave them a
better understanding of the similarities rather than the differences between Buddhists,
Christians and other world religions." Braun said.
A translated copy of the actual Hemis Scrolls, believed to have been written about two
years after Christ's death, is included in the back of the book.

Braun has written four novels and his latest military thriller in the Doug Hammer series
will be released in July. That book, The Merida Compact, will join his books Border
War, Two Seconds and ISSA on Kindle and Amazon. Terminal Threat, another novel
in the series will be released for the holiday season.

Braun has also written two non-fiction books entitled Success Is Your Birthright and
Above All Else--The Patriotic struggle to secure America's Borders.

His children's history book, Dooney's World--The Adventures of Dooney The
Drummer Boy is also available on Amazon.

For Interviews Contact C. Frederick Braun by email at CFB@issascrolls.com. Follow
him on Twitter @ISSAScrolls.

Media Contact:
Carl Braun

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