The Bonaparte Secret

The Bonaparte Secret

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by Gregg Loomis
     
 

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It was Napoleon Bonaparte's most prized possession, the key to his vast global conquests and military victories. For nearly two centuries it has remained hidden. But now one nation will stop at nothing to locate it. And Lang Reilly may be the only man who stands in their way— unless they can eliminate him. From  Venice to Port-au-Prince,

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It was Napoleon Bonaparte's most prized possession, the key to his vast global conquests and military victories. For nearly two centuries it has remained hidden. But now one nation will stop at nothing to locate it. And Lang Reilly may be the only man who stands in their way— unless they can eliminate him. From  Venice to Port-au-Prince, Alexandria to Paris, Lang will need to stay one step ahead of the assassins. 

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781428511125
Publisher:
Dorchester Publishing Company, Inc.
Publication date:
05/02/2011
Pages:
336
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.80(d)

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Gregg Loomis is a lawyer specializing in commercial litigations, a former racecar driver, and a licensed commercial pilot. He is the author of Voodoo Fury, The Julian Secret, The Pegasus Secret, and The Gates of Hades and has published articles in FLYING and Scuba Diving magazines. Loomis has over half a million copies of his books in print that have been translated into several languages.

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Bonaparte Secret 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
rmd270 More than 1 year ago
This was an interesting but not Loomis' best story about his Langford Reilly and Gurt Fuchs duo. I always enjoy this husband wife due and they did not fail in keeping me interested, the pace fast moving and great character interaction and dialogue. The overall story was not a tightly woven and the ending very bland. This story had a great start but the ending was not up to the standard of usual Loomis fare.
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