By Catherine Coulter, J. T. Ellison
"A mystery jam-packed with nonstop motion, real-life name-dropping and sufficient state-of-the-art technological know-how to make you ask yourself how a lot of it can be true." —Kirkus Reviews
The most recent access within the hot foreign mystery sequence that includes Nicholas Drummond, from number 1 manhattan Times–bestselling writer Catherine Coulter.
Freshly minted FBI agent Nicholas Drummond is simply out of his Quantico education while he and his accomplice, Mike Caine, are known as to enquire a stabbing on Wall road.
Their research, even though, yields extra questions than solutions. It quick turns into transparent that the sufferer, John Pearce, was once greater than the naval historian and antiquities broker he . What Drummond doesn’t recognize is that purchasing and promoting infrequent books was once Pearce’s conceal, and that he had committed his lifestyles to researching the whereabouts of a lacking international warfare I U-boat concealing a stash of gold bullion, and an unforeseen shock that purely increases extra questions. whilst Drummond and Caine locate either one of Pearce’s grownup teenagers have disappeared, the case assumes a brand new feel of urgency. The FBI brokers understand their most sensible lead lies within the victim’s cryptic ultimate words—“The secret is within the lock.” yet what key? What lock?
The look for Adam and Sophia Pearce takes them on a global manhunt, which threatens to run them afoul of an eccentric billionaire industrialist together with his personal plans not just for the misplaced gold, however the production of a weapon in contrast to something the area has ever noticeable.
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