Cotton Malone and his fifteen-year-old son, Gary, are headed to Europe. As a favor to his former boss at the Justice Department, Malone agrees to escort a teenage fugitive back to England.
He was called by many names—Columb, Colom,
Colón—but we know him as Christopher Columbus. Many
questions about him exist. Where was he born, raised, and educated.
Where did he die. How did he discover the New World.
None have ever been properly answered.
But what if those presidents were all killed for the same reason. a clause in the United States Constitution—contained within Article 1, Section 8—that would shock Americans.
The New York Times bestselling author of The
Jefferson Key brings you a short story that takes readers on a
perilous hunt for . . . The Devil's Gold
Once he was called the Sphinx, a man so inscrutable that neither his adversaries nor fellow intelligence operatives could predict his next move.
As a favor to enigmatic billionaire Henrik Thorvaldsen, Cassiopeia Vitt treks into Bulgaria's Rila mountains in search of a buried stash of exceedingly rare artifacts from a bygone civilization.