A pacy international suspense thriller with a historical twist, from New York Times bestselling author
Steve Berry has travelled extensively throughout the Caribbean, Mexico, Europe, and Russia and has published six previous international thrillers. His most recent four books have all been New York Times and international bestsellers, and his books have been published in 42 countries and translated into 38 languages. Visit his website at www.steveberry.org.
A meticulous researcher, Berry carefully integrates such elements as Charlemagne, Nazis, ancient manuscripts, historical puzzles and scientific surprises into the plot. Those who relish suspense in the Da Vinci Code vein will snap this one up, the best yet in the series. * Publishers Weekly, starred review * 'Complex and fast-moving thriller writing, delivered with a great deal of dash, and shades of The Da Vinci Code' * Good Book Guide on THE TEMPLAR LEGACY * International intrigue, swashbuckling action, indestructible hero from the American South...Not to be missed. * Kirkus Reviews, on THE ROMANOV PROPHECY * Sexy, illuminating...my kind of thriller * Dan Brown on THE AMBER ROOM * 'Pure intrigue. Pure fun.' * Clive Cussler on Steve Berry * Action-packed, fast paced and engaging * Sunday Express on THE VENETIAN BETRAYAL * Berry inundates readers with lessons in history, theology, geology, and through the political regimes of another era with the deft hand of a surgeon. He slices and stitches information skillfully throughout this hair-raising adventure. The plot is complicated and laden with emotion. Berry has another blockbuster. * Romantic Times Book Review * A solid action thriller * Booklist * Berry outdoes himself in his latest Cotton Malone adventure . . . So much is going on that there is enough material for two good books, let alone one great one. Mixed in with the complicated action, Berry finds the time to explore the characters as well, making this his most personal and best book to date. * Library Journal (Starred Review) * A meticulous researcher, Berry carefully integrates such elements as Charlemagne, Nazis, ancient manuscripts, historical puzzles and scientific surprises into the plot. Those who relish suspense in the Da Vinci Code vein will snap this one up, the best yet in the series. * Publisher's Weekly (Starred Review) *