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E-Book Giveaway-Sandustee-The Search for the Nazarene’s Code-Bob Adamov-Ends 4/13

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

This giveaway is officially ended. There were 19 comments-the winning comment (picked at Random.org is # 6

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March 13, 2013 at 10:27 AM

Congratulations Annmarie! The author just contacted me last night and you have your choice of an e-book or an actual book (which will be out in about 2 weeks). All you will have to do is reply to the email I am about to send you with 48 hours with your email address and your full name and mailing address. I will forward this information on to the author who will be sending you the format of your choice!

This is the first time I have read any of Bob Adamov’s Emerson Moore’s Put-In-Bay adventures. WOW—twists and turns galore. I really enjoyed this mystery novel and will be looking for more of them (in paperback form this time-I have found I really do not enjoy reading on my computer!).

Emerson Moore is a Pulitzer Prize winning reporter who gets embroiled in a plot to try and find the Nazarene’s Code. In his quest for clues he meets up with some very disreputable foreign personages who are alternately following him and trying to kill him. People who are giving him help die, at least most of them. Somewhere along the line the number 13 gets involved and it seems like everything he encounters has 13 letters (this kind of spooked me since I was born on the 13th!). I almost saw the ending coming—but not quite. This book will keep you on the edge of wherever you choose to read it!!

Book Description (from the publisher)
Publication Date: February 28, 2013
The Search for the Nazarene's Code.

If you liked National Treasure and DaVinci Code, you’ll love Sandustee. It’s a worldwide chase for clues to finding a lost Biblical scroll, the Nazarene's Code, which gives the holder the power to control nations. Running through the novel is a thread which links Osama Bin Laden to Jesus and the twelve disciples to Abraham Lincoln to Lincoln's assassination to Booth's escape to Dr. Samuel Mudd's house to Mudd's imprisonment in the Dry Tortugas. The thread is the Legend of 13; words with thirteen letters have stunning implications on the plotline.

This action-packed novel is filled with murder, cross and double-cross, scuba action, a touch of Knights Templar, Masonic symbolism, and political intrigue in D.C. and the world intelligence community. Washington Post investigative reporter, EMERSON MOORE, is accompanied by a beautiful blonde German antiquities researcher, KATRINA BIEBER, as they try to stay one step ahead of the shadowy Russian KARAPASHEV in finding and interpreting the clues. Moore is aided by former NSA cybercode breaker STEVE NICHOLAS and retired German BND spymaster ANDREAS KALKER.

From scuba diving in the Red Sea to the allure of Bodrum, Turkey, Moore and Bieber chase clues in Germany, the island of Rhodes, London, Key West, the Dry Tortugas, New Orleans, the Washington, D.C. area, and Ohio’s Huron, Sandusky and Put-in-Bay. Death is close on their heels.

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Annmarie Weeks said...

All his books look good! I'd love to read Promised Land!

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I'd love to read When Rainbow’s Walk

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Anonymous said...

I would like to read Promised Land. Sounds intriguing.
Jean Holland

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Beck Valley Books said...

This is definitely one for my hubbie, Rainbows End also looks like another one he would enjoy.

Following you all over xx

Healy Harpster said...

Me, too! I still prefer the old, traditional way of reading books! I'm not comfortable reading it on the computer- I find this story very interesting with actions and violence!

Nova said...

oh another giveaway, i bet the ebook lovers would be happy to learn and know about this giveaway

Chubskulit Rose said...

Good luck to the entrants. I'll pass this time.

Trendy Cyndie said...

Looks like a good rad to me!!

Melinda Dunne said...

I love mystery books but this really sounds like a book my mother would like. I will have to look into getting it for her.

Anonymous said...

I would probably want to start with Promised Land but there were a few I would not mind reading so unsure.

Mel Cole said...

from the sound of it, it seems trying to stir ones faith. this is not a good book for the light hearted.

Becca Wilson said...

I would like to read The Other Side of Hell.
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