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The Lion of Babylon by Michael Whitehead

The Lion of Babylon

by Michael Whitehead

176 pages
An Iraqi boy who sees the future meets an American

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About the Book
The Lion of Babylon is a fable of men and women, Muslims and Christians, Americans and Iraqis, who look into their futures during a time of war to decide what will become of their lives. Haidar is an orphaned Iraqi boy who can see the future. The source of his special talent is a 2,500 year old statue called the Lion of Babylon. The Lion of Babylon foretold to Haidar that the Americans would come and that one of those soldiers would resolve his quest to find the burial place of his parents. When Haidar meets and befriends Dan Murphy, an American soldier, he believes the man to be the answer to his dilemma.

S.R. Staley, author of St. Nic, Inc, says that “Michael Whitehead has done more than craft an engaging story with interesting characters in The Lion of Babylon. He provokes the reader’s conscience and challenges us to contemplate the layers embedded in our lives and relationships.”


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About the Author
Michael Whitehead Michael Whitehead lives in northern Virginia with his wife of 38 years and works as an emergency manager at the National Headquarters of the American Red Cross. He retired from the Army Reserve in July 2005 after 30 years of service. Michael previously published "Messages from Babylon", a memoir of his time in Iraq in 2003 and 2004.



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