Tuesday, June 5, 2012

The Genesis Secret by Tom Knox

Genre:  Fiction
Published by:  Penguin Group
Pages:  Paper Back
Rating:  8 JAGS

The Genesis Secret is a macabre story of suspense and page-turning thrills. Deep in the desert of southern Turkey, an archeological find of historical importance, with the potential of life changing mysteries, is uncovered. The stage is set for reporter Rob Luttrell who travels to Turkey to report what at first seems just another human interest piece, but the excavation of Gobekli Tepe is anything but typical.
Thousands of miles away in Britain, a series of disturbing serial murders are taking place all across the island, and they all tie to what is happening in the Kurdistan desert and the archeological find of the century. Rob with the help of French archeologist Christine Meyer and Scotland Yard Chief Inspector Mark Forrester, race against a pending doom of grisly killings and the ancient mysticism, to uncover the 10,000 year secret of what is Gobekli Tepe.
The historical and religious references are interesting in and of it-self.  The narrative is thought-out and keeps the tempo of the story fast-pasted. This story is highly enjoyable. The Genesis Secret is a definite read, which surprises why Hollywood hasn’t jumped at this story for a summer block buster hit. This is a must purchase new if you want an interesting read that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

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