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Kingdom of Darkness (Wilde/Chase 10)

Kingdom of Darkness (Wilde/Chase 10)

Full of his trademark action, thrills and humour, this is Andy McDermott’s 10th novel featuring his brilliant series leads, Nina Wilde and Eddie Chase.

1943 – Occupied Greece

The mission was simple: round up any hidden Jews. But beneath an isolated farmhouse, one SS unit finds a far greater bounty – a shrine to Alexander the Great and a water-filled urn possessing mysterious qualities. Taking the treasure, the Nazis disappear…

Present Day – Los Angeles

Archaeologist Nina Wilde and her husband Eddie Chase encounter a young man, desperate to warn Nina about a raid on Alexander’s newly-discovered tomb. But before he can explain, he is assassinated by a Nazi war criminal – who has barely aged in seventy years.

As Nina and Eddie search for answers, they discover that the most evil regime in history is threatening to rise again. And this time they are on the hunt for the greatest prize of all – immortality…
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Thriller / Suspense

On Sale: 28th August 2014

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9780755380756


Adventure stories don't get much more epic than this
For readers who like hundred mile an hour plots
Huddersfield Daily Examiner
Move over Clive Cussler, here's a great new writer of thunderingly good adventure sagas
Peterborough Evening News
No fan of Indiana Jones, Matthew Reilly or action in general will be able to put it down
Northern Territory News
If you're looking for thriller writing that will transport you into a realm very different from your own quotidian existence, Andy McDermott is your man
Good Book Guide
Like Clive Cussler on speed... high-powered fun
Huddersfield Daily
McDermott raises the bar... non-stop high octane action
Publishers Weekly
True Indiana Jones stuff with terrific pace
A writer of almost cinematic talent
Daily Express, Scotland
A pulse-racing adventure with action down the line
Northern Echo
Easily competes with the works of Dan Brown and James Rollins