The Eternity Project
The Eternity Project0.0 0 5 Författare: Dean Crawford
Finns som e-bok.
Sometimes the truth is stranger than you could ever imagine...
All across America, CIA agents are being hunted down and murdered in bizarre circumstances. The deaths cause ripples of panic to spread all through the agency and the finger of blame is pointing at disappeared Defense Intelligence operatives, Ethan Warner and Nicola Lopez, and at Warner's missing fiancée, Joanna Defoe.
No longer friendly with the CIA after a botched operation that put them in the line of fire, Warner and Lopez are on their own mission to find Joanna. But when their old boss, Doug Jarvis, hunts them down, they realize that they have one last chance to clear their names - find the person responsible for the murders, or be accused themselves.
But the operation is far from simple, and the tentacles of conspiracy spread far wider than Warner and Lopez could ever have imagined. In fact, it's a job that looks set to send them all the way to hell and back.
And hell is precisely where Joanna has been...
'Earth-shattering intrigue, hyperdrive action and a desperate race to save humanity, cranked up to the max with scarily realistic science and apocalyptic religion thrown in for good measure . . . a major new talent has hit the mystery thriller scene' Scott Mariani, bestselling author of The Lost Relic
'The fossilised remains of a 7,000-year-old creature dug from the sands of the Negev Desert in Israel become the bones of contention in Dean Crawford's fast-paced debut thriller... The book neatly threads together a wild variety of plotlines' Wall Street Journal
`Partly mythical read, part thriller this pacy tale is a page turner guaranteed to keep you up late' Sun
Mer info om e-boken:Förlag: Simon & Schuster UK
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