This book follows the story of Holy Week, the last seven days in the earthly life of Jesus Christ, as told by the writers of the four Gospels. But while it aims to examine the particular ways that each evangelist tells the story, it also dares to set out to uncover the main features of that story as it happened in that crucial week. The authors believe that there is both a story of history and a story of faith, and that two intertwine in the story of the Gospels. So, rather unusually, the main part of the book traverses the days of Holy Week one by one, before moving in the final part to draw out the theological meaning which the Gospel writers find there. The two authors have a feel for a good story, and while G. Henton Davies highlights the aspects of drama in the Gospel accounts, John Morgan-Wynne adopts more of the style of a detective story, probing at clues to bring the truth to light. While the book will be of interest to all those who want to understand the redemptive events of Holy Week, it will be of particular value to those who themselves want to tell the story today, as preachers or teachers.