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  • Paperback: 480 pages
  • Publisher: Bantam (7 Nov. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0857500910
  • ISBN-13: 978-0857500915
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 3.1 x 19.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
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"[Becker's] intelligent mixture of fact with fiction really hits the spot and gets your adrenalin racing. Once you start it is impossible to stop!" (EUROCRIME)

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An ancient parchment. A devastating conspiracy. One chance to expose it.
A new, high-adrenalin adventure featuring Angela Lewis and Chris Bronson, for those who enjoy Dan Brown and Paul Sussman.

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Surprisingly good read, really kept me going. Just bought it for my long bus commute, but keen on reading others by the author.
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Great book and really good price- James Becker is a master of keeping the reader's attention.
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Like the other books of James Becker this is worth a read. A good believable plot and character's based in real history. Very hard to put down though :)
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just brilliant!
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Simplistic plot, could have done with a stronger story line. Hopefully the next book will be better and more in depth.
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Exactly as stated
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A piece of parchment is traded in the markets of Cairo. It appears no different from countless others that are sold and bought, often under the counter, in a country steeped in history and archaeological remains. But this fragment has been hunted for centuries, not least by the highest levels of the Vatican, and when a dealer buys it his research triggers a race to recover it. The race leaves in its wake a bloody trail but in pursuit are Angela Lewis, a British Museum expert on 1st century AD pottery, and her ex-husband Chris Bronson, a policeman from Kent. Quite apart from having to avoid violent injury and death from a host of baddies on a hunt across much of Europe and North Africa, Angela and Chris are determined to uncover the reason behind this madness - what does the parchment mean and why is the Vatican so intent on finding it that it would kill to do so?

I am a big fan of mystery thrillers. Escapism is no bad thing at all and, for me, they provide perfect pageturning relief as I move between reads of different genres. Finding writers of good quality mystery thrillers is another matter entirely and while there are some I can always rely on (for example: Simon Toyne, AM Dean, Scott Mariani, Andy McDermott, James Rollins, James Douglas, Dean Crawford, David Gibbins, Jeremy Robinson, Patrick Lee plus the much-missed Michael Crichton and Paul Sussman), it is always good to discover others. I am so glad I read The Lost Testament because now I can add James Becker to the list. As soon as I finished this thriller, I attacked Becker's backlist and read The Moses Stone and
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The Lost Testament by James Becker is one of those edge of the seat thrillers that you can’t put down, a la Dan Brown. Perhaps not as detailed or intricate as some of this type of thriller, but certainly the pace is kept up. The story flows effortlessly between Cairo and London and you can feel the rising panic in the pages as the plot progresses. A great escapism novel.
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