The Lost Throne is one of international adventure that begins with soldiers who are slaughtering a group of monks in present day, the characters are created in such a way that leaves the reader wanting to gain a better insight into the backgrounds of the characters. The monks are being killed by medieval soldiers, after this section we are then transported back in time to a man who is dying all alone in Italy. The man is speaking in many languages as he dies and his words are transcribed by the police, his words hold the secret to the mystery that the novel has been centered around and leaves the reader needing to continue page after page. I devoured this book in 2 days and have to say I am a fan, this is the first that I have read from Chris Kuzneski and he has left me yearning to read more of his works.
The pages are filled with adventures and lost treasures for those who love the thrill of treasure seeking plots lines and are filled with intrigue. The Lost Throne is a new thriller from novelist Chris Kuzneski and includes the characters D.J. Jones and Jonathon Payne, who were in some of his past books. These men are experienced ex special-ops soldiers who are retired but still maintain their contacts and work freelance. D.J. Jones and Jonathon Payne are both interesting characters with different specialties and personalities. The author then introduces us to more various characters such as an Interpol director, an attractive Ph.D. student, and a mysterious monk The Lost Throne is an international thriller which takes us to the United States, then to Russia and finally to Greece.
I highly recommend this book for the adventurers and those who love treasure hunts, you will find yourself devouring this thriller page by page unable to lay it down, enjoy, it is a fast paced and very well written novel.
Mafia Son, is the story that gained national notoriety in 2007 as a result of former FBI agent Lin DeVecchio’s sensational murder trial, in which Sandra Harmon testified, this is an unforgettable tale of violence, wealth, and sex, set in a world where a man’s word is both everything and nothing. This is a true crime thriller, Sandra Harmon has written a psychological portrait of a man who changed paths and went to the right path and ended up paying the price for his choice. A story of one of the most notorious families in the history of organized crime, this story is fast paced and will keep the reader on the edge of their seat. In my opinion this was a great read and would recommend to anyone who is into true crime novels. This is one you will not be able to put down.
Deon Meyer lives in Melkbosstrand on the South African West Coast with his wife and four children. He has written five novels, this being the first that I have read. This is a fast paced thriller which is the unfolding story of South Africa in the past and present. This story tells the story of the land of Africa, the slaughtering of animals out of pure greed. Meyer creates vivid scenes through environmental description, describing the local settings, the animals, as well as the racial interactions of South Africa’s people/population. This is a terrific and unusual thriller and I am thankful I have discovered this author. Happy to say I am a fan and will be buying his other 4 novels. This is a must read, after reading Blood Safari has left me yearning for more and entertained.
Reviewed by: Marsha Sellers for Quality Book Reviews
This book is thrilling! It is fast paced with lots of turns. Matt royal is a retired attorney who lives on the beach in Longboat Key Florida, he already made his money and spends his time just the way he wants to..That is until his ex-wife Laura, whom he still loves, shows up looking for her stepdaughter who turns up missing after going to Florida on spring break. Matt ensues on the search and calls in favors from friends along the way. Matt finds that not everyone appreciates his delving into this search. Several people turn up murdered and attempts are made on Matts life as well. This book is fast paced and will keep you turning the pages. I give this book 4 stars.