By M. Sue Alexander

Witness: Time of Jacob’s Trouble Book 3


Mary Ralston is hospitalized after being exposed to a rare substance at the Committee of Ten’s Paris banquet.  God clarifies his mission for Mary as she visits Ghost in a London prison.  Meanwhile, the Fernwood PD is busy solving three murders.  On the global stage, God’s Two Witnesses, Moses and Elijah preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and perform miracles.  The thugs in Fernwood have an agenda the police cannot decipher, but with a little undercover work, their goal becomes clear.

Meet Sue Alexander

In 1997, a prophetic dream enticed Sue Alexander to embark on writing the “Resurrection Dawn 2014” series.  Since 2003, Sue has published eighteen books online with Amazon Books.  Her next project is a 10-book series entitled, “Time of Jacob’s Trouble,” a scenario set in the End Times as seven years of tribulation on earth plays out in real time with her characters.

Other Books

Resurrection Dawn 2014

The story opens with Victoria Tempest regaining old memories. Recalling the night of her near-fatal accident, she launches an investigation into her husband’s murder, which occurred the same night twenty-five years before.

All Rise

Jon Branson is tried in court for violating the principles of PEACE FIRST, a decree that limited religious freedoms. Victoria returns to Fernwood with Georgie Hendricks, who learns some startling information regarding Victoria’s deceased husband.

Encounters of the God Kind

Be amazed at how God works in the lives of ordinary people! Encounters of the God-Kind is a devotional-type book featuring a compilation of stories told to M. Sue Alexander plus some of her own phenomenal encounters.


The Time of Jacob’s Trouble series continues the drama played out in the Resurrection Dawn 2014 series. People who were not raptured by Jesus in Fernwood, Tennessee, must endure seven harsh years of tribulation before Jesus returns as triumphant Priest and King.  The twists and turns in this series kept me guessing.  The author effectively combines biblical prophecy with an interesting storyline. 

It’s a great read! 

– Sharon Haller, Connecticut

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