Cliff Keller


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Cliff Keller lives in Jerusalem, Israel with his wife, Marcia after making Aliyah in the spring of 2011 from the United States. He has recently published a three-novel series, historical biblical fiction the theme of which is The Modern Restoration of Israel, based on the life and times of the prophets Elijah, Hosea and Daniel. (https://www.amazon.com/Cliff-Keller/e/B00WTW1XK8 ) Cliff also blogs at standingbythegate.com and has a writing website at goodstories.pub/wp/ . Cliff Keller lives in Jerusalem, Israel with his wife, Marcia after making Aliyah in the spring of 2011 from the United States. He has recently published a three-novel series, historical biblical fiction the theme of which is The Modern Restoration of Israel, based on the life and times of the prophets Elijah, Hosea and Daniel. (https://www.amazon.com/Cliff-Keller/e/B00WTW1XK8 ) Cliff also blogs at standingbythegate.com and has a writing website at goodstories.pub/wp/ .
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