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Court of the Tetrarch - Book Two

Herod Antipas rules

from his opulent palaces,

but amid the hills and rural villages,

Jesus of Nazareth proclaims a

coming kingdom.

The prophet has Joanna's unfaltering loyalty, but offering support is risky when she's under the suspicious eye of the tetrarch's jealous wife. Joanna and her husband Chuza must use their unique position to shield the prophet and allow him to gather his supporters. 

      Navigating between the astonishing wonders in rural Galilee and the intrigues plaguing the royal court, Joanna must apply her influence in both spheres to handle the complications of her revolutionary brother and give her young ward hope and a future.

     But as Jesus' mission escalates, so does the risk. As a malicious enemy forces Joanna and Chuza apart, the ruling powers unite to bring Jesus of Nazareth down. And more than one life hangs in the balance.

the second novel 

in the Court of the Tetrarch series

Continues the compelling story of the woman

who beholds the empty tomb.

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About the Author 

Katrina is a follower of Jesus, a wife, a mom of four, and a Biblical Fiction author. She writes with a passion for New Testament History, especially first-century women. Her published books include Dividing Sword, Joanna, Wife of Chuza,  and As the Stars.

A proud country girl, Katrina grew up reading beneath the beautiful Canadian prairie skies with a dog by her side and a crunchy apple in her hand. Her homeschooled upbringing fostered her love of writing and founded her ability to dive into research headfirst.


When she's not writing, Katrina loves reading, camping, road trips, escape rooms, iced coffee at the park, and playing board games with friends.

You can connect with her on Facebook and Instagram

Check out her short stories on her blog, Jump in the Way

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