With the discovery of the long lost Seal of Solomon Konstantin Khavin and Orla Nyrén find themselves in Jerusalem and Palestine fighting for their lives with enemies on all sides. They don't know who they can trust. They don't know which way to turn next. All they know is they have to find the Seal while diverting the detonation of a dirty bomb at one of Jerusalem's most holy sites.
Which would be fine, but Orla's been here before, during the worst days of her life when she was a prisoner in Jenin, a refugee camp on the border. She was brutally abused by a sadist she remembers only as The Beast - a man she thought she'd killed during her escape.
He isn't dead.
He's the man who has the Seal.
And Orla is going to have to face The Beast alone.
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(Note - I have already read this as an advance copy) For all those fans of the previous bestselling Ogmios title: Silver, Solomon's Seal shows no let up to the action and intrigue. Packed full of adventure, with some extremely clever plots and twists, and most of all, supreme character action from Koni and Orla of the Ogmios team, this is a don't-put-it-down read that is long enough to fully immerse you in the covert surroundings, but not so long that you wish there were other things going on elsewhere. Solomon's Seal is a ring, rumoured to have been worn by the ancient King, and both sides in the conflict over Palestine would kill to own it. When a crazed leader threatens to unleash Holy War with the Seal as his righteous proof, it's up to Orla to return to the place she thought she'd never escape from, a place of dark nightmares. Konstantin is her back-up, and together they set about defeating the dangerous plan, whilst staying half a step ahead of their allies on the ground. Two more Ogmios novellas are planned, and I can't wait to see what else the Ogmios team are up to.