La mappa del destino
Publish date: January 20th 2011
Pages no: 410
Edition language: Italian
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Mystery
, Mystery Thriller
by Glenn Cooper The Prologue begins in 1899, Ruac, France. Two men have made a significant discovery, but the locals diligently protect their secrets. The story then moves to an ecclesiastical setting and the importance of a book called The Rule of St Benedict. There is a fire in the monastery k...
Glenn Cooper certainly knows how to write page-turners! While The Tenth Chamber isn't quite as good as Library of the Dead it's still WELL worth reading, and has quite a number of the same characteristics as LofD - a narrative split over several millennial, and a government cover-up of an ancient di...
In a small village in France there exists a cave the likes of which has never been uncovered before. The cave drawings from a period far before any unearthed previously, yet more lifelike and complex. Separated into individual chambers that last of which is the most amazing … and the most deadly. ...
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