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  • The Isis Covenant by Douglas Jackson

    The Isis Covenant

    by James Douglas

    AD 64 - Roman centurion Marcus Domitus leads an expedition to find the mythical treasure hidden deep inside Queen Dido's temple.

    AD 1945 - In the confusion and chaos of a burning Berlin, two high-powered Nazis disappear, and so does a precious object.

    AD 2009 - Two families are brutally tortured and murdered in Boston and London, the crimes linked by a single name and a shared history.

    Jamie Saintclair receives a call from a Brooklyn detective, asking for his help to investigate a brutal murder. She believes Saintclair holds the key to solving the crime because of his detailed knowledge of Nazi units specialising in art theft. But as they delve deeper into the sinister world of the occult, they uncover a dark secret that men have lusted over for more than two millennia. Long ago, in the ancient temple of Isis, something was stolen, and the repercussions have resonated through the centuries. Saintclair must discover the truth before the curse claims more victims, and finally catches up with him. As Jamie and his companion close in on the secret they discover that for the promise of eternal life there are those who will kill and kill again.

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