Ok. This is what I’m looking forward to getting stuck into over the next couple of months – or three, depending on how knackered I am when I come home or go to bed…
In no particular order, either of merit or of reading.
The Lucifer Gospel : Paul Christopher
“In the desert of north Africa, Finn Ryan stumbles upon a seventy-year-old plane wreck – and a shocking revelation that threatens to unravel an entire faith.”
“This is military history at its most gripping. A veritable tour de force.”
The Thieves of Faith : Richard Doetsch
“A master thief. A priceless treasure. The world’s most heavily guarded fortress – about to be breached.”
“How many must die to keep the Church’s most carefully guarded secret of all?”
“An epic novel of the battle of Thermopylae.”
“A tumultuously epic story of valour, treachery and derring-do.”
“A quest for Arthur, England and the Anglo-Saxons.”
I have a few on the old iPad2 as well, but I won’t be getting on to them until I’m done with this lot – and this post has taken me long enough (who’d have thought that getting thumbnail pictures of books, to range left to the copy that goes with them, in a stack, would be so
difficult impossible?), so that’ll have to wait for another time.
I will, of course, review them as I finish them. Otherwise, catch me on Goodreads.