Secret of the Seventh Son
There are secrets that must remain buried . . . Nine people have been slain in New York City—nine strangers with nothing in common—the apparent victims of a frighteningly elusive serial killer. Only one thing links the dead: postcards they received, mailed from Las Vegas, announcing the day... show more
There are secrets that must remain buried . . . Nine people have been slain in New York City—nine strangers with nothing in common—the apparent victims of a frighteningly elusive serial killer. Only one thing links the dead: postcards they received, mailed from Las Vegas, announcing the day they would die. Assigned to the case is a legendary FBI profiler with a troubled past, a drinking problem, and nothing left to lose . . . Abandoned to a monastery is an unwanted son born under a curse on the seventh day of the seventh month of the year 777 . . . Unprepared for a momentous discovery is a post-World War II expedition into the crypts of a clandestine medieval society . . . . . . but all lead to a secret embroiled in destiny, history, evil, faith, and corruption . . . and one terrifying truth that no one must ever know . . .
Publish date: July 28th 2009
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Books About Books
, Historical Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Will Piper (#1)
3,5 stars. Very interesting book! Review soon.
Will Piper, once a successful FBI agent, is biding his time until retirement, hoping that his lasst few years will be easy and uncomplicated. Then he's assigned the case of the Doomsday Killer. Mysterious people are arriving with people with a date and time and a coffin. These murders appear to h...
It's gotta be a good omen when the first book of the year is a clear 5-star book, right? ;)Fantastic book tying together events in Las Vegas and New York of 2009, Area 51 of 1947 and Isle of Wright of 777. The jump between settings and times made for a fascinating read, and gave enough clues that I ...
I started reading Book Of Souls when I realized it was the sequel to this book. So I set it aside and started reading this book. It sucked me in from the beginning, and I couldn't stop until I'd finished. The author weaves three stories in different timelines together and while he wraps them up, he ...