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Spear of Destiny Audiobook

Spear of Destiny

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May 1942. A group of soldiers uncover a tomb in Libya. Buried in the ancient dust they find a macabre crown of thorns and the devastatingly powerful Spear of Destiny. They've discovered the last resting place of Christ.

Sixty years on, Gerald Usherwood and his old army pal Max Chippendale reunite with friends and family. Dark shadows visit them in the night and make them pay for the secrets they stole. Gerald, his throat slashed, is nailed to the wall in a crude impersonation of the crucifixion, and his old friend suffers a similar fate.

Gerald's grandson, DCI Ethan Usherwood, is left to piece together the mystery behind the killings and to uncover the treasure they kept hidden for so many years.

©2009 Daniel Easterman; (P)2009 Isis Publishing Ltd

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  • MarieLouise
    Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
    10/31/09
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    "Far superior to Dan Brown et al"

    Ripping yarn mixed with relevant history makes for a gripping story (think Third Reich hark-a-bees- yearning for another chance being granted their wish NOW and impact it would have). What's so wonderful about this author is his depth of knowledge --shines through in his plot and characterisation. Wish 'adventure authors' would take note!

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • Walter
    5/12/16
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    "By far the poorest book I've bought on Audible"

    This book is badly plotted, badly structured and the editor really should have told the author to stick to historical texts.

    Even Sean Barrett's usually flawless performance has a mistake that surely could have been edited out?

    Poor.

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