By Carolyn McCray
The Eiffel Tower is attacked… through a Christian suicide bomber.
Within the twisted wreckage a cache of bones is located. Bones which are inscribed with historic Greek, letters that determine the continues to be as these of John the Baptist — in addition to a promise to steer the seeker to the tomb of the Savior himself.
Tasked with untangling this millennia-old secret, Dr. Rebecca Monroe, a paleoarchaeologist, and specific Forces sergeant Vincent Brandt are hounded throughout 3 continents as they try and piece jointly the bones’ clues. yet their quest aren't a simple one. Born on the foot of the pass, a mystery society recognized in basic terms because the Knot has guarded the Savior’s bones, and its contributors will do whatever — even dedicate genocide — to guard the darkish and arguable fact of Christ’s ultimate days.
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And now look at me, he thought. He was pushing fifty sitting behind his desk, his gut falling farther and farther over his belt every day. His hair, which he’d always kept at military length, was nearly gone on top. His barber still passed the clippers over his crown, but it was more a courtesy than a necessity, and Mac suspected the man would have dispensed with all pretense if he hadn’t been so afraid. Was this really what Mac had fought and clawed so hard to get? ” a female voice called from across the roomful of desks.
He looked to be seven or eight years younger than Finn—late twenties or 21 DAVID HOSP early thirties from the look of him—and his face seemed familiar, but Finn could put neither a name nor a context to it. “Scott Finn,” the man said. ” Finn nodded and held out his hand without a word. “From Howery, Black,” Dobson continued. ” “Of course,” Finn said, feigning recollection. ” Dobson nodded. “Once at a firm dinner. ” “Well, there was usually a fair amount of drinking at those dinners,” Finn said.
If you were a third-year when I left, you must be a fifth-year now. ” It was a targeted poke at the lack of responsibility junior associates were given at large firms, and Dobson’s expression told Finn it had struck its mark. “I’ve been dealing with a pro bono matter” was all he said. ” Before Finn could respond, Slocum and his lawyer came around the corner. Slocum saw Finn and headed straight for him, like a journeyman heavyweight coming out of his corner at the sound of the bell. Dumonds put a hand in front of his client as if to restrain him, but the size differential between the two was too great for the gesture to have any impact.