The Nostradamus Society [NOOK Book]

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When an unsuspecting union electrician from Boston discovers an original Nostradamus manuscript in his attic, he sees only dollars signs; instead this find instead sets off a chain reaction of life and world-changing events, as shadowy groups and governments alike struggle to obtain the secret contained within its pages—the location of religion’s greatest relic, the Ark of the Covenant.

From hidden underground government facilities, to the sands of northern Israel, to inside the...

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The Nostradamus Society

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Overview

When an unsuspecting union electrician from Boston discovers an original Nostradamus manuscript in his attic, he sees only dollars signs; instead this find instead sets off a chain reaction of life and world-changing events, as shadowy groups and governments alike struggle to obtain the secret contained within its pages—the location of religion’s greatest relic, the Ark of the Covenant.

From hidden underground government facilities, to the sands of northern Israel, to inside the Oval Office, players from both the physical and virtual worlds do battle. An assassin with a dark past, who sadistically kills her targets while harboring deep-seeded regrets. An ex-KGB agent with a penchant for computers, who has taken control over nearly all forms of electronic information, making it available to the highest bidder. A deep-cover Iranian spy, working among those he hates most, struggling with the demands of his religion, his superiors, and his own wishes. The new, young American President, unsure of who he is, where he stands, or even who he loves. A thick skinned ex-Army officer, who does what he believes is right, regardless of the personal price. A Boston University history professor who lives each day with a debilitating secret, longing for the answers to a mystery that is his alone. And the newly married Ryan Clark, an orphan who was quickly labeled genius, battling to find his place in a world he has only known as cruel.

Within this setting, a complex narrative is spun in which surprise lives around every corner. Here, nothing is at is seems. And once the dust settles on the final page, one thing abundantly clear; no one’s world will ever again be the same.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044552586
  • Publisher: J Douglas Shaw
  • Publication date: 5/7/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 722 KB

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