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The Sign Above the Door
The Sign Above the Door

by William W. Canfield





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Story Synopsis
   Young Prince Martiesen is ruler of the land of Goshen in Egypt, where the Hebrews live. Eight plagues have already come upon Egypt and now Martiesen has been forced by Pharaoh to further increase the burden of the Hebrews. Martiesen, however, is in love with the beautiful Hebrew maiden, Elisheba, whom he is forbidden by Egyptian law to marry. As the nation despairs, the other nobles turn to Martiesen for leadership, but before he can decide what to do, Elisheba is kidnapped by the evil Peshala and terrifying darkness falls over the land. An exciting tale woven around the events of the Exodus from the Egyptian perspective!


Story Setting:  Egypt/The First Passover ~ 1500 B.C.
Originally published in 1912; 307 pages; For Ages 12 Adult


William W. Canfield (1854-1937), served as city editor and then editor of the Utica Observer-Dispatch of Utica, NY, for over 45 years. In addition to writing The Sign Above the Door he also wrote several other books.


Also by William W. Canfield:

The White Seneca
At Seneca Castle

   "...[The Sign Above the Door] is not only a rich and enthralling story, but the quality of the binding and layout is tops." ~ Susan Richman, PA Homeschoolers

   "I read The Sign Above the Door and really enjoyed it... Thanks for searching out such a great book!" ~ Anna, age 16

   "...the story is full of suspenseful events and the book becomes a real page-turner. We all know the ending to this story, but The Sign Above the Door puts an interesting spin on the events leading up to the exodus of the Hebrews from Egypt." ~ Kris Price, The Old Schoolhouse Magazine  Read the full review



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