The Relic of the King

Buried beneath the streets of London are the answers to an ancient mystery A wealthy man has secrets he struggles to keep hidden A hundred people he blackmailed want his painful death A partner will stop at nothing to keep ancient artifacts his and his alone Whatever it takes, there will be no sharing of the fame he ll receive Deep below a quaint street in London tBuried beneath the streets of London are the answers to an ancient mystery A wealthy man has secrets he struggles to keep hidden A hundred people he blackmailed want his painful death A partner will stop at nothing to keep ancient artifacts his and his alone Whatever it takes, there will be no sharing of the fame he ll receive Deep below a quaint street in London there s a secret room A sarcophagus has rested there for a thousand years When an astonishing set of diaries is found, secrets lost for centuries are revealed Even the journals themselves are amazing They were written by a monarch whom history says never existed Roberto Maas, a businessman who s not what he appears to be, searches a medieval crypt for answers You d expect to find bodies in a crypt, but along with ancient corpses there are modern ones too Roberto must be wary his psychotic partner has dark secrets of his own The mystery unravels and time begins to run out Roberto Maas races to learn what the discoveries beneath the ancient city really mean.
The Relic of the King Buried beneath the streets of London are the answers to an ancient mystery A wealthy man has secrets he struggles to keep hidden A hundred people he blackmailed want his painful death A partner will s

  • Title: The Relic of the King
  • Author: BillThompson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 472
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “The Relic of the King”

    1. Bill is a great and engaging author. I love themes of his books. I liked this book and will read more but I like the Sadler books a little more!

    2. I give up I have reached page 179 and I now give up . Chapters 2 through nine were repetitive, redundant, and mostly unnecessary. Having once made the point in chapter 2 the author continues to repeat and rephrase unnecessarily trivial details. Now that he's posited a second concept he seems to be doing the same thing again . So far this is not the story that I expected the plot that I anticipated or anything of interest to me specifically or generally . I'm gonna move on now to anyone of 10 oth [...]

    3. I rarely give up on a book but at 44% when the bookstore owner finds the "pornographic diaries" signed "G.P." and they are supposedly King Arthur's queen, it was just too much. Never mind the fact that the person who wants it all is a young millionaire who had been sold to a Russian brothel as a child. Or the people who discover what they think is the lost crypt of the king under their bookstore but they don't want anyone to know it while they proceed to break open ancient locked metal boxes, to [...]

    4. Well that was "unusual" Some strange characters that all happen to become millionaires, to allow them to conveniently follow their chosen interests! The main character being a teenage rent boy, then blackmailer and ultimately Swiss businessman and relic hunter, who just happens to be a hit man for the CIA in his spare time! A bizarre ending too. Quirky writing and inaccuracies about the British staging - there are no "sidewalks" in London This is a trilogy but you will have to persevere.

    5. DifferentThis book is a different read. It bounces around a lot and seems to lack a central theme, which I tend to prefer. It was enjoyable enough that I did finish this book, but will probably not finish the series.

    6. There are a couple of very strange characters here - both wrapped up in the pursuit of proving that King Arthur, Guenevere, et al actually existed - a grand and dangerous adventure.

    7. The relic of the kingThis was a great read. A lot of twists and turn. The book holds you interest while waiting to read what will happen next.

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