Steve Berry “The King’s Deception”

July 10th, 2013

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Few authors are as skilled as Steve Berry in blending history with contemporary political intrigue, espionage, and page-turning thrills.

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Berry brings back series hero Cotton Malone in his new thriller “The King’s Deception.” Malone is tasked with returning a teenage fugitive back to England, as a favor to his former boss at the Justice Department. Since it seems to be a low-octane assignment, Malone brings his own teenage son along, with plans to continue on to Malone’s European home.

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But fresh off the flight in London the trouble begins, and before we know what hit us, Malone is in the thick of a high-stakes diplomatic showdown that involves a centuries-old secret that could change the world.

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Steve Berry “The Columbus Affair”

November 2nd, 2012

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Think about what you know about Christopher Columbus.

Yeah, beyond the little rhyme about “14 hundred and 92 Columbus sailed the ocean blue” not much is known for sure about the man credited with “discovering” the New World.

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Bet you didn’t know Columbus may have been Jewish.

Steve Berry‘s new thriller “The Columbus Affair” starts with that, layers on lots of history, a little creative speculation, and a modern-day story overlaid on it all, to create a hurricane-of-history that will blow apart anything you thought you knew about Christopher Columbus.

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Steve Berry “The Jefferson Key”

September 30th, 2011

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What if there was a secret that could explain – and link – all four of America’s presidential assassinations? What if Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, William McKinley, and John F. Kennedy all died for the same reason? And what if that reason is something in the U.S. Constitution?

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Bestselling thriller writer Steve Berry brings his globetrotting hero, former Justice Department operative Cotton Malone, back to the U.S. for his first American adventure, “The Jefferson Key.”There is political intrigue. There are pirates. There is scandal. And there is plenty of danger.

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