The Lost Testament Paperback
by James Becker
From the publishers that brought you Dan Brown. For thousands of years we guarded it. But now it has been found. This could be the end - for us; for our organisation; for the world.
You must destroy it, and those who have taken it. An ancient object is discovered in a Cairo souk. Hours later, the market trader who sold it is tortured to death.
As the bodies begin to pile up, a request for help is sent to British Museum historian Angela Lewis.
Angela travels to Spain with her ex-husband, undercover police officer Chris Bronson.
There they discover the key to the greatest secret in the history of Christianity.
Their only problem is deciphering it before they are brutally murdered like those before them...
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 480 pages
- Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
- Publication Date: 07/11/2013
- Category: Thriller / suspense
- ISBN: 9780857500915
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Review by wendycartmell
The Lost Testament by James Becker is one of those edge of the seat thrillers that you can’t put down, a la Dan Brown. Perhaps not as detailed or intricate as some of this type of thriller, but certainly the pace is kept up. The story flows effortlessly between Cairo and London and you can feel the rising panic in the pages as the plot progresses. A great escapism novel.