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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.
This book, like the first iteration in the series is a very pleasant and readable thriller with mystical and theological undertones. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Marcos
The story gets dragged down a little with the historical flashbacks. I enjoyed the characters, intelligent and morally flawed. More of a thriller, reminded me of Dan Brown. Read morePublished 11 days ago by PinkDog
Loving the Will Piper series... clearly thought out, and nearly believablePublished 20 days ago by David Angeletti
Not that Will always did. This is my second book by Glenn Cooper and as I debated if I would read book 3 because sometimes I tire of the same characters and/or theme. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. Bass
Great story, crafted well, definitely would buy again and read. I would give it 5 stars but I think it needed some editing to resolve some severe point of view issues. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christopher H. Boswell
this is the second book in the series. this read is quick or is it I couldn't put it down???? the more you read the more clues the writer gives you. you get hooked easily.Published 1 month ago by boilomaker
Very good book, fast-moving and interesting. Well written! Very entertaining.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer