Set in the turbulent Middle East, The Third Temple is a suspenseful chronicle of the lives of an aviation family, seen through the eyes of several generations and spanning decades. The novel begins in future Israel, on the verge of collapse, with a Canadian journalist searching for his estranged daughter. The reader is then taken back in time to 1940s Israel, when an ex-RAF pilot Jack Hamilton, begins flying for the fledgling Israeli Air Force. There he marries, Ruth Cohen, a Sabre whose British family migrated to Palestine in search of a new beginning. So begins the saga of the Hamilton family—the generations that follow and how they live through the turbulent years in Israel. From Israel to New York to France and Iran, Clements expertly weaves a tale of the joys and tragedies of the Hamilton family and the journalist who, while seeking a daughter, helps tell their story. Clements’ historical fiction takes the reader through actual wars and coups while rendering believable and vivid characters. The dramatic climax finds the Hamilton family coming full circle—back to the land in which they began their heritage and their future. Clements’ novel deftly incorporates romantic suspense with a riveting storyline that is a stunning, hard-to-put down blockbuster of a novel.
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