By Glenn Cooper
Originally released as mystery of the 7th Son
The so much stunning mystery within the heritage of mankind is set to be revealed...A assassin is at the free at the streets of latest York urban: nicknamed the Doomsday Killer, he's claimed six sufferers in exactly weeks, and town is terrified. Even worse, the police are mystified: the sufferers don't have anything in universal, defying all profiling, and all that connects them is that every acquired a ill postcard within the mail ahead of they died - a postcard that introduced their date of demise. In desperation, the FBI assigns the case to maverick agent Will Piper, as soon as the main comprehensive serial killing specialist within the bureau's background, now on a dissolute spiral to retirement. fighting his personal demons, Will is quickly drawn again right into a international he either loves and hates, decided to seize the killer no matter what it takes. yet his seek takes him in a path he may by no means have expected, uncovering a stunning mystery that has been heavily guarded for hundreds of years. A mystery that after lay buried in an underground library underneath an eighth Century monastery, yet which has now been unearthed - with lethal results. A decide upon few protect the key of the library with their lives - and as Will closes in at the fact, they're made up our minds to forestall him, at any cost...
Some crimes shouldn't ever be solved; a few secrets and techniques are most sensible left buried.
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