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Kingdom of Darkness (Wilde/Chase 10)

Kingdom of Darkness (Wilde/Chase 10)

What’s the connection between a dig in Alexandria for Alexander the Great’s tomb and a wanted Nazi war criminal?
Nina and Eddie about to find out as they go on a search across the globe, from Egypt to Argentina and Italy to Iran, to find the truth. They have located the most exciting archaeological treasures the world has ever known – they have found Atlantis and walked in the Garden of Eden, they have wielded Excalibur and seen the vast sums of gold in El Dorado.
Could they now be about to find the greatest prize of all – the secret to eternal life?

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

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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Thriller / Suspense

On Sale: 29th October 2020

Price: £22.99

ISBN-13: 9781472207364

Reviews

Adventure stories don't get much more epic than this
Mirror
A writer of almost cinematic talent
Daily Express, Scotland
McDermott raises the bar... non-stop high octane action
Publishers Weekly
Easily competes with the works of Dan Brown and James Rollins
Bookgasm.com
True Indiana Jones stuff with terrific pace
Bookseller
Like Clive Cussler on speed... high-powered fun
Huddersfield Daily
A pulse-racing adventure with action down the line
Northern Echo
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
Move over Clive Cussler, here's a great new writer of thunderingly good adventure sagas
Peterborough Evening News
For readers who like hundred mile an hour plots
Huddersfield Daily Examiner