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The Paris Vendetta (Cotton Malone Series #5)
     

The Paris Vendetta (Cotton Malone Series #5)

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by Steve Berry, Scott Brick (Read by)
 

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When Napoleon Bonaparte died in exile in 1821, he took to the grave a powerful secret. As general and emperor, he had stolen immeasurable riches from palaces, national treasuries, and even the Knights of Malta and the Vatican. In his final days, his British captors hoped to learn where the loot lay hidden. But he told them nothing, and in his will he made no

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The Paris Vendetta 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 318 reviews.
purduedvm76 More than 1 year ago
I love Steve Berry. He is excellent at mixing fictional thriller with historical accuracy in his plot lines.
Ferghana More than 1 year ago
For those who like to follow Cotton Malone...fast paced and exciting. As in other of these books the weaving of history and action is irresistible. Not my favorite of the Series but well worth the read
CalypsoBella More than 1 year ago
A good historical thriller. Even though the villians weren't as villianous as in some of Berry's other books it was good. I appreciated the lack of bad language that sometimes permeates this genre.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was okay but lacked the excitement and thrilling aspects of previous Malone series books. I will still read the sixth installment and hope we see more of the previous characters than we did in this book. Where was Vitt?
harstan More than 1 year ago
Danish billionaire Henrik Thorvaldsen obsesses over the terrorist incident in Mexico City that left seven dead including his son. He cannot move on as the brain behind the assault has remained free although he now knows who he is. Henrik sends apparently fired Secret Service Agent Sam Collins to break into the Copenhagen bookstore owned by former United States Department of Justice (DOJ) operative Cotton Malone. The grieving Dane hopes to obtain Malone's cooperation to help bring down the killer Lord Ashby who has ties to a financial cartel the Paris Club planning an assault on the global economy for avaricous gains that the DOJ hopes to counter. The starting point in the plan is a plot to destroy a landmark that could kill hundreds; war is usury profitable for the finance community. With terrific ties to Napoleon in Corsica and an exciting action packed story line, the latest Cotton Malone thriller (see The Charlemagne Pursuit) is a fun read. Filled with twists and over the top of the Eiffel Tower villains, fans will enjoy Malone's newest retirement caper mindful of War, Inc and If Looks Could Kill although not a satire. Malone teams up with a grieving angry father and a First Amendment conspiracy buff to thwart the latest capitalist plot to have the masses finance war with money and blood so the affluent can make outrageous profits. Harriet Klausner
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Another exciting Cotton Malone thriller, always moving from location to locations, and getting the job done@@
burtmann More than 1 year ago
I enjoye all of the Cotton Malone series
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