A series of murders are happening all over the world. The slums of India, New York and the beautiful city of Cape town in South Africa. They cannot possibly be linked can they?
New York Times reporter Will Monroe thinks not, that is until his stunning wife Beth is kidnapped. The men who have taken her seem ready to kill without any qualms whatsover. Is it already too late for Beth?
Desperate to fine the whereabouts of his wife Will follows a sinister trail that leads him to a mysterious cult, fanatical followers of an age old religion. Now he must unravel the puzzle of ancient prophecies and riddles that are buried deep in the bible to find the secret that people are not afraid to kill for again and again.
With more and more victims dying the clues that are wrapped in an ancient code need to be solved as time as running out . . . not only for Will, but for the whole of human kind.
I found this book far better than the Da Vinci Code (and I enjoyed that). The book is fast paced and it is difficult to find a lull in the plot where you can put it down to get some sleep. It really is an enjoyable book. Feeding off the Da Vinci Code bandwagon? Possibly, to a degree, but well worth reading (listening to) in it's own right. Like me, you may even think it is the better book.