The Methuselah Project

One of the hottest new releases in Christian Fiction Suspense is The Methuselah Project by ACFW author Rick Barry.


Author Rick Barry

A longtime WW II buff, Rick Barry has been crafting stories and articles for over 20 years. He has a B.S. in Foreign Language Education. His position as director of a Christian ministry to the former USSR has taken him to Europe over 50 times and provides inspiration for his writing. Rick’s work has appeared in various magazines produced by Focus on the Family and other publishers. In 2007, JourneyForth published his YA novel Gunner’s Run. In 2008 JourneyForth released his fantasy novel Kiriath’s Quest.

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The Methuselah Project


In World War II, fighter pilot Roger Greene wants only three things in life: fast planes to fly, a chance to serve his country, and to find the perfect girl to love. All three ambitions screech to a halt–seemingly forever–when his P-47 is shot down over Nazi Germany. Captured, Roger becomes a guinea pig in a hush-hush Nazi experiment. The war may end, but the Methuselah Project will continue. Escape is constantly on Roger’s mind, but is escape possible?

If you like WWII history, if you like suspense, if you like “what if” type of stories, you’re going to love this. And even if you’re not sure you like any of these, you may want to give it a read anyway. It’s that different.”

Pegg Thomas

Pick up your copy of The Methuselah Project today and experience for yourself why this book has received 5 star reviews from both authors and readers alike.


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