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The Book of Fate

Brad Meltzer

5 Reviews

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Fiction, Thriller / suspense

'This white-knuckle thriller portrays cybertheft in the banking world in a beguiling concoction that keeps you hooked from start to finish' [The Irish Times on THE MILLIONAIRES]

'Breakneck . . . an action-packed read' [Mail on Sunday on DEAD EVEN]

'This is non-stop, well researched action that does not insult the intelligence. The scenarios are credible, the tension excruciating and

Wes Holloway, a cocky and ambitious presidential aide, puts Ron Boyle, the chief executive s oldest friend, into the presidential limousine. Minutes later, Wes is permanently disfigured, and Boyle is dead, the victim of a crazed assassin.

Eight years later, Boyle is spotted, alive and well, in Malaysia.

Trying to figure out what really happened takes Wes back to a decade-old presidential crossword, mysterious facts buried in Masonic history, and a two-hundred-year-old code invented by Thomas Jefferson. But what Wes doesn t realize is that The Book of Fate holds everyone s secrets. Especially the ones worth dying for.

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Praise for The Book of Fate

  • 'This white-knuckle thriller portrays cybertheft in the banking world in a beguiling concoction that keeps you hooked from start to finish' [The Irish Times on THE MILLIONAIRES]

  • 'Breakneck . . . an action-packed read' [Mail on Sunday on DEAD EVEN]

  • 'This is non-stop, well researched action that does not insult the intelligence. The scenarios are credible, the tension excruciating and the ending slaps you in the face.' [Guardian on THE ZERO GAME]

  • 'This is a confident, character-driven, unpretentious, old-school thriller' [Daily Telegraph]

  • 'Meltzer has earned the right to belly up to the bar with John Grisham, Scott Turow and David Baldacci' [People]

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Brad Meltzer

Brad Meltzer wrote his first novel while completing law school and writing for the notoriously demanding Law Review. He lived in Washington, D.C. with his wife Cori, who was his childhood sweetheart and also a lawyer. Brad Meltzer now writes full time and lives in Florida with his family.

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