Quiet architect Paul Farrell, wanted for four murders in Paris, escapes to New York with two Interpol agents on his trail. Everything seems wrapped up once Farrell walks off a plane at JFK and into a hail of police gunfire. Then Farrell's eccentric brother, palaeoanthropologist Alan Kedward, steals the body, putting Interpol and an NYPD homicide detective with secrets of his own back on the case.
Now, a sinister figure called the Inquisitor with ancient secrets of his own has taken an interest in Kedward. But Farrell is still dead--isn't he?
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Happy New Year, and all the best in your writing in 2008.
The story of Fraterfamilias sounds fascinating, and so does your background as a Templar historian! We like many of the same authors, and of course, I give your Latin title two *big* thumbs up!
I'm very sorry about your writing partner, Judith. At least she was able to see your joint work published. The fact that you're carrying on what she started is wonderful. Thanks again, and take care!
Kristine (stop by my page sometime, I love company)
I went to Africa in '91 for two years. Can't say I regret it, on balance. But it did change the direction my life went in quite a bit.
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