By Michael Byrnes
The riveting sequel to the overseas bestseller The Sacred Bones, Michael Byrnes’s The Sacred Blood is a provocative, heart-racing mystery within the Dan Brown mode whereas including a daring new twist to the style. A heart-stopping tale that blends archeology, heritage, technology, and faith, The Sacred Blood concerns a race to own the world’s strongest relic because the clock ticks right down to Armageddon. Action-packed and entire of surprises, here's high-octane leisure for fanatics of The Da Vinci Code, The misplaced image, and the New York instances bestselling Sigma strength novels of James Rollins.
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