A Game of Gods.
A Clash of Titans.
Ancient Israel thought she was bringing unity, progress and change. She brought Baal, the storm god of Canaan.
870 B.C. Israel. Beautiful Jezebel of Tyre marries King Ahab of Israel to bring peace in a time of war.
But when Jezebel builds a temple of Baal in the heart of Israel. the “mad prophet” Elijah challenges her to a duel of deities.
In the supernatural realm, spiritual warfare breaks out as the demonic Canaanite Watchers led by Baal battle to take the land back from the Archangels who protect the Remnant of Israel.
And so begins the war of gods and men.
Join the battle in this heart-racing epic story of supernatural conflict, action and romance. You will find yourself awake at night because you can’t stop turning the page to see what God does next to rescue his people from the seed of the Serpent.
Spin-off Series to Chronicles of the Nephilim
What if the pagan gods of the nations were fallen angelic Watchers from God’s throne? Jezebel: Harlot Queen of Israel is part of the series Chronicles of the Watchers that charts the influence of spiritual warfare on human history, just like Chronicles of the Nephilim. Based on ancient biblical and historical research.
Known as Izabel, daughter of King Ethbaal of Tyre. She will bring the cultural sophistication and religious pluralism of cosmopolitan Phoenicia to the backwoods nation of Israel. Though she marries King Ahab for foreign diplomacy, she falls in love with him because of his open-minded tolerance. But she’ll always be daddy’s girl. And she loves her some Baal.
The warrior king of Israel who falls head over heels in love with his new gorgeous bride Izabel of Tyre. He never dreamed a political marriage would bring such happiness. But he is haunted by the fact that his family dynasty began with a military coup, so he’s paranoid of revenge. He builds up his war machine with mighty chariots and fortifications because that’s the one thing he’s really good at.
The young sister of King Ahab. She is taken under Queen Izabel’s wing to learn royal ways because Athaliah is pledged to marry a prince of Judah. The marriage will bring a cessation of hostilities between the split kingdoms of Israel and Judah. Ah, but she will learn a lot more than royal ways from her Phoenician mentor.
The Prophet Elijah and Elisha
Elijah the Tishbite heads the School of the Prophets of Yahweh. He’s a curmudgeon of an old man who perpetually annoys Ahab with his fundamentalist condemnations. But he is a prophet of Yahweh respected by the people, so Ahab does nothing to him, but maintains a healthy distance. Elijah is about to bring a confrontation of the gods that will upend Ahab’s kingdom and Jezebel’s plan for religious pluralism and peaceful co-existence.
Elisha is a star student of Elijah’s in the School of Prophets. But he is a revolutionary hot head who has a violent streak in him that may endanger everything Elijah has done for the school.
Jehu son of Nimshi
The Commander of the Army of King Ahab, and a close friend of the king’s from their youthful days. He is a man who values obedience to Yahweh and to Yahweh’s anointed king above his own life. But that dual loyalty is about to be brought to its breaking point and will jeopardize everything Jehu holds dear in his life, including his family.
Susanna and Galina
Susanna and Galina are sisters from Megiddo. Susanna is Jehu’s strong and loving wife who struggles to get pregnant. Galina, who has lived a troubled life of bad choices and its consequences, shows up at Susanna’s door in desperate need. Susanna will do everything she can to help. But Galina holds a secret that spells the doom of them all.
Jonadab the Rechabite
An old friend of Jehu, whose Rechabite clan is fanatically devoted to both Yahweh and to making chariots and other instruments of war. In an Israel that is falling into Baal worship, this dangerous combination is the one thing that could bring about the coup that Ahab fears most..