Ronald Hera depicts the early Christian era in “Bethlehem’s Brothers”

Action/Drama author, Ronald Hera, adds an adventurous twist to the story of Enoch and Simeon in his new Christian Fiction book titled “Bethlehem’s Brothers”

“Bethlehem’s Brothers” is the first of the Brothers Series as Ronald Hera looks to provide lovers of literature an amazing read of Biblical history. The first of the series chronicles the story of two brothers, Enoch and Simeon, and their struggles and challenges as they search for a savior that continues to elude them until the eventual discovery of a “revolutionary.”

The Bible is filled with parables and stories of different people. While several books of history and religious pieces have detailed some of these stories, many of such narrations are dull, and lacking fun and excitement about the events and characters. This is where Ronald Hera is looking to make a difference with the Brother Series, starting with “Bethlehem’s Brothers.”

The action-packed fiction comes in the form of an adventure novel set in a third world country during a violent revolt and brings an interesting twist into Biblical stories without compromising the accuracy of Biblical History. The story will make a good piece for lovers of Christian fiction, offering an enjoyable read that is free of adult content, which makes it ideal for all categories of readers.

What a wonderful first book. I love the fact that the author includes so much history as he weaves the story around real events in the early Christian era. I was touched by the lives of the men as they struggled with the volatile times they lived in. Can’t wait to read the rest of the series. Very few authors can do a good job when describing the first century Christians. Ron Hera has done an amazing job,” said Pauline Kurtz.

“Bethlehem’s Brothers” is currently available on for readers across the globe and has continued to grow in popularity.

About Ronald Hera

Ronald Hera lives in a suburb of Indianapolis, Indiana and writes from his home. His writings are well documented, and he references all Biblical or historical sources. Ronald believes it is comforting to know that the places and events are as real as the characters are fictional. The writer aims to narrate Biblical stories in a fun way, allowing readers to love Enoch, Simeon, Rachel, and Little Jacob along with despising evil Romans and Zealots bent on killing each other.

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