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The Paris Vendetta: Book 5

Steve Berry

8 Reviews

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Cotton Malone, Fiction, Thriller / suspense, Adventure

Hot off his 'best book to date' (Booklist, starred review), Steve Berry offers his twistiest thriller yet, in a new adventure starring Cotton Malone and a secret conspiracy dating back to Napoleon

12.40 a.m. Copenhagen. Cotton Malone wakes up to find a stranger in his house, bearing bad news: Malone's closest and most dangerous friend, Henrik Thorvaldsen, is in serious trouble - and the men who want to kill him are on Malone's doorstep.

Thorvaldsen has been tracking a shadowy group called the Paris Club. Not only does he believe that they are about to trigger a global financial meltdown, but also that one of the club's members murdered his son, Cai, two years ago. Thorvaldsen won't rest until he has avenged his boy's death.

Dragged into his friend's schemes and secretly under pressure from the US government to stop both Thorvaldsen and the Paris Club, Malone soon discovers that the key to defeating the conspiracy and saving his friend's life - and his own - lies in the past, and an astounding treasure that Napoleon took to his grave.

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Praise for The Paris Vendetta: Book 5

  • You don't just read a Steve Berry novel. You live it. - James Rollins

  • A top-notch, gripping, intelligent thriller in the very finest traditions of the genre - Peter James

  • Steve Berry always finds intriguing ways to link the past to the present in his fast-paced thrillers. The Paris Vendetta is his best yet. - Harlan Coben

  • All the Berry hallmarks are here: scale, scope, sweep, history - plus breathless second-by-second suspense. I love this guy. - Lee Child

  • Sexy, illuminating...my kind of thriller - Dan Brown on THE AMBER ROOM

  • In Malone, Berry has created a classic, complex hero - USA Today on THE CHARLEMAGNE PURSUIT

  • 'Pure intrigue. Pure fun.' - Clive Cussler on Steve Berry

  • Action-packed, fast paced and engaging - Sunday Express on THE VENETIAN BETRAYAL

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