THE EXPLOSIVE THRILLER !
Archaeologist Kay Hunter is young and enthusiastic,
but her determination to prove the existence of
an urban myth called The Black Book will lead her
ever deeper into a shady world that has already taken
the lives of over a dozen men since it was lost in 1947 as,
in collaboration with her French connection,
she begins the search for a work that may contain
nothing less than the secret of life itself....
Cool, chic and compelling, The Black Book delivers
on every front, accelerating as it does towards
an action packed conclusion that will
challenge one's very concept of reality.
Gold, statues, sarcophagi...the manifest read like a dream as she shone her torch through the shadows. But if the dream was sweet it wasn't long before it all turned sour as, all at once that plane began to creak as it lurched forward all of six feet on the sea bed.
Someone was watching that old place. Cops most likely, but it didn't help. Either way she was stuck in a house with only one door, and the odds of leaving Paris alive seemed to drop with every minute that passed. Walk out and someone would stop her the way they had stopped Dupré: with a bullet in the back and a calling card she had seen all too often to ignore.
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