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  • Bibliography:
    9 Books
  • First Book:
    September 1996
  • Latest Book:
    January 2015
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Book List in Order: 9 titles

  • In the blue ice of an arctic cave, a scientist has made an extraordinary discovery: a woman's body, frozen for 25,000 years in a near-perfect state, with pliant tissues, vessels filled with blood--and an embryo waiting to be born....

    They call...

  • Joseph Campbell and other prominent scholars have written convincingly of their belief that the ancient Chinese visited both North and South America, beginning centuries before the voyages of Columbus. Abundant archaeological evidence supports their ...

  • 2013 SILVER MEDAL for Science Fiction, ForeWord Reviews. Michael Crichton meets Hans Christian Anderson in this romantic thriller with the brains of science fiction and the heart of a fairy tale. Kirkus Reviews says: “Canter once again demonstrates...

  • BOOK OF THE YEAR 2012 Bronze Medal, Historical Fiction, ForeWord Reviews "A compelling what-if story about a human, approachable Jesus." --- Kirkus Reviews "An intriguing notion of what might have happened." --- Publishers Weekly "This novel has it a...

  • “Canter weaves together exciting action, tender relationships and plausible science in this thought-provoking thriller.” " Kirkus Reviews Aria Rioverde, a professor of ethnomusicology, is rapidly going blind. She is renowned for her performance...

  • Jalaam, a bastard son in first-century Judea, escapes the bullies in his village by becoming a stable boy with the Roman cavalry. On a journey far from his desert homeland to the forested world of Germania, he befriends Hannah, a beautiful Hebrew ple...

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Mark Canter has published 9 books.

Mark Canter does not have a new book coming out soon. The latest book, Gladius, was published in January 2015.

The first book by Mark Canter, Ember from the Sun, was published in September 1996.

No. Mark Canter does not write books in series.