My Uncle Paul's novel The Kairos is now available from Amazon!
From the book description:
After 40 years' extreme secrecy, Dead Sea Scrolls scholar Dr. Lute Jonson [plans to reveal] seven fragments that tell where the teenage Jesus lived, and who His life partner was. [...] Fr. Sean O'Derry, the only other secret-sharer, vehemently disagrees, warning Lute that the second revelation will explode the faith of a billion Christians worldwide. Lute steals the 2000-year-old parchments and flees Jerusalem for America [...]. Sean's security agents, close behind, are soon replaced by Vatican officials and finally CIA agents.
I haven't yet read the book, but I've now bought it (Kindle edition is $3, paper edition $12.50). My brother has read it; in his review, he wrote:
As a heterosexual and not very religious person, I orginally didn't think this book would be my cup of tea. But as a person who devours thrillers and especially likes thought-provoking and original thrillers, I realized quickly what an extraordinary debut novel this is. It was a page-turner in the most literal sense; I was on an airplane when I should have been sleeping but I simply could not stop turning the pages and barely noticed when we landed.
For more about the book, see Paul's website.