Finally, both adventure / mystery volumes available for one low price!
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THE EYE OF THE IDOL: The biggest thing on Jacob's mind was how he failed his Jesuit assignment when he stole the object he was asked to 'acquire' for the church. Little did he know that what he had done would initiate events leading not only to several beheadings, murders and the sinking of the Empress of Ireland, but to a conflict that would bring together the world's superpowers in a final showdown. With North Korea stirring the pot, could a single SIS agent from Britain prevent the disaster? Meanwhile, RCMP Detective Antonin Aumont has a mystery on his hands. The murder and torture of an old man and the assassination of their only suspect was odd in itself, but he’d seen stranger things. It was the note – the old, cryptic Latin poem that had him wondering. Who wrote it, what did it mean and why would two people be dead because of it? Before the day was done, a true Pandora’s box would be opened... Follow the trail of SIS agent Coleman, Detective Antonin and Professor Sanchez as they piece together the puzzle while running a race against time and enemies. Their goal? The Box and its incredible contents.
PANDORA'S SISTER: Sanchez, Michelle and Coleman thought they had it good when they struck it rich in the Eye of the Idol affair, until that fateful email. What would bring a man to beg for the help of a complete stranger seven thousand kilometers away?
And what would cause twelve people to mysteriously burn to death on the twelfth day of the twelfth month at twelve o'clock noon?
The retired SIS agent, the university professor and the RCMP officer didn't know. But what they did know was that someone was sending one hell of a message.
Follow the three as they investigate what starts off as a mystery and ends up as a race to uncover a stunning millenniums-old secret that will shatter everything humanity has taken for granted.