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Blood and Honey: Story of Saul and David

by Tony Robinson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0563362340, Paperback)

Today the news is full of reports of Middle East conflict, at the heart of which lies the state of Israel, hero to some and villain to others. In this book the actor, presenter, director and writer, Tony Robinson, presents an account of the background to this ancient and never-ending story, and reveals how little life has changed over the centuries. He retells Bible stories involving characters such as Samuel, Saul, David and Goliath, and in his search for the Promised Land he finds blood and honey, instead of the milk and honey he was expecting.

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