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The Library: Only a handful know it exists . . . It holds the world's most astonishing—and terrifying—information . . . But the one book that is the key to the greatest secret of all time . . . is missing.
Former FBI Special Agent Will Piper solved—and survived—the "Doomsday Killer" case . . . and his reward was a forced early retirement. But the shattering truths he learned about the government's most covert operations won't let him rest—and now he's on the trail of a mysterious volume that's been lost for six centuries. This is the book that inspired Shakespeare and the prophecies of Nostradamus, and once Will gets his hands on it, his life will be worth nothing—his death sentence a top priority handed down from the very highest levels of power.
Because there are some truths too dangerous for anyone to know—those that concern the future, world domination . . . and the end of everything.
Glenn Cooper studied archaeology at Harvard before becoming a physician specializing in infectious diseases. After a career in research, he became a biotechnology chief executive officer. He has written multiple screenplays and runs an independent film production company based in Boston. He lives in Massachusetts in one of the oldest houses in America. He is the author of Secret of the Seventh Son and Book of Souls.
Very good book, fast-moving and interesting. Well written! Very entertaining.Published 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
Captivating, interesting, easy to read. I've be become a big fan of Glenn Cooper's books.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Book of Souls kept my interest, good story line, interesting characters, would recommend to a friend as a good quick read.Published 3 months ago by K. Cherry
Not as engaging as the first book in the seeries, Library of the Dead, but fills in lots of gaps and entertains with supposition.Published 5 months ago by Sherri A. Jenkins
I loved the weave of history into fantasy in the book. Makes you think about making the most of each day you have. If you like Dan brown style of story, you will like this.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is the first of this author's works I have read and thought the subject of the book was pure genius....Additionally, there were a number of twists throughout that I enjoyed. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ricardus Tercius
Now this is something you don't get every day. I would like to take a trip through Cooper's mind. Wow!Published 7 months ago by John G. Strachan
Read "Library Of The Dead" first! Great sequel, looking forward to more after I read the next, perhaps final book in this story.Published 8 months ago by mower4275