Author(s): Steve Berry
What if Christopher Columbus set out for the New World carrying the most valuable treasure known to history - the lost treasures of the Temple of Jerusalem?That is the astounding theory that a struggling young journalist stumbles across in Steve Berry's brilliant new thriller.As the non-stop action takes in Europe, Jamaica dn the USA, the outrageous idea seems more and more credible!A dazzling contemporary novel with a truly fascinating historical mystery at its core from the Number One New York Times bestselling author Steve Berry.
'Ingeniously plotted ... Berry offers plenty of twists and vivid action scenes in a feat of historical imagination' -- Publisher's Weekly 'Berry builds on actual historical facts to create a no-holds-barred thriller guaranteed to increase the pulse of the reader' -- The Associated Press '[a] page turner' -- Los Angeles Times 'A top-notch, gripping, intelligent thriller in the very finest traditions of the genre' -- Peter James on THE PARIS VENDETTA 'You don't just read a Steve Berry novel. You live it.' -- James Rollins 'Steve Berry always finds intriguing ways to link the past to the present in his fast-paced thrillers.' -- Harlan Coben on THE PARIS VENDETTA 'All the Berry hallmarks are here: scale, scope, sweep, history - plus breathless second-by-second suspense. I love this guy.' -- Lee Child on THE PARIS VENDETTA 'Sexy, illuminating...my kind of thriller' -- Dan Brown on THE AMBER ROOM 'In Malone, Berry has created a classic, complex hero' -- USA Today on THE CHARLEMAGNE PURSUIT 'Pure intrigue. Pure fun.' -- Clive Cussler on Steve Berry 'Action-packed, fast paced and engaging' -- Sunday Express on THE VENETIAN BETRAYAL 20080504
Steve Berry lives in Florida, USA, with his wife and daughter. He is a lawyer who has travelled extensively throughout the Caribbean, Mexico, Europe, and Russia and has so far published seven international thrillers, including THE VENETIAN BETRAYAL and THE CHARLEMAGNE PURSUIT. 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.