La persona giusta al momento giusto. Così lo ha definito Stephanie Nelle, il suo ex capo al dipartimento di Giustizia, quando gli ha chiesto di ritrovare un agente della Sezioni Magellano, rapito mentre era in missione in Danimarca. E infatti solo Cotton Malone poteva arrivare in tempo in Svezia per salvare da morte certa Berry Kirk, l'unico testimone del rapimento. Tuttavia, Berry Kirk non è affatto chi dice di essere, e adesso Malone non ha scelta: per uscire vivo da quella situazione, deve stare al gioco. Anche se ciò significa lasciarsi condurre sulle tracce di una verità antichissima, una verità che nessuno ha mai avuto il coraggio di divulgare e che, se finisse nelle mani sbagliate...
- ISBN: 885024200X
- Casa Editrice: TEA
- Pagine: 416
I am a huge fan of Steve Berry and have made an effort to keep up with his Cotton Malone series since I got my hands on The Templar Legacy . Once given the opportunity to read the latest Malone adventure, I couldn't resist. The Lincoln Myth is the 9th novel in the Cotton Malone series. For those w... Leggi tutto
Its only fitting that Cotton Malone goes from saving the UK from tearing apart in the last novel to trying to save the USA in this one. Unfortunately, this book isn't as interesting to read as The King's Deception was. This book was ok to read, not bad just not fantastic to read and the usual flow... Leggi tutto
I have read and enjoyed all the Cotton Malone books. It's not great literature but it is a roller coaster of fun and he has some really ideas on history. Malone is, after all, a modern day Indiana Jones. Although not a professor like Jones, he does run a book store and is well trained as a former... Leggi tutto
If religion aint how you like to swing from the tree branches, then theres much you wont like about THE LINCOLN MYTH. If youre a southern who still refers to the Civil War as The War of Northern Aggression, you may find yourself nodding along at times, and still wishing you had shown those northe... Leggi tutto
This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life I received an advance reader edition of this book from Random House Publishing Group and Net Galley for the purpose of providing an honest review. 4 Stars This is the ninth book in Steve Berry's Cotton Malone Series. Generally, I like to read boo... Leggi tutto
Maybe I've become less patient as I've grown older. Or perhaps I have seen great thriller/historical fiction and just don't want to settle. Either way, I didn't really enjoy this one. It wasn't the outlandish plot - I'm a champion at suspending disbelief for the purposes of enjoying a thriller -...
I totally love this book cotton malone is the best and steve berry is an awesome writer
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!! The DANITES! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha hahahahahahahahahaha I'm actually surprised no one has ever included them in a novel before now. 2.49 stars
Berry's latest political thriller asks the reader to suspend reality just enough to posit, 'could all of this be true?' all while enjoying Cotton Malone in his latest adventure. The day that Lincoln took over the White House, he was passed a letter from his predecessor, James Buchanan, outlining...
Most of you know that I am a Latter-day Saint (Mormon). I say that in the beginning of this review because this book by Steve Berry talks a great deal about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon). I thnk Steve Berry is an incredible author. I have never read an author who weaves... Leggi tutto
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