"If you like a rollicking, fast paced, leap around famous American and Parisian landmarks, centuries of mystery and protagonists in mortal danger, then this is for you.”

“This is a book along the lines of a Dan Brown novel – but MUCH better written and realised. The book was going along quite nicely with two threads – both set in Paris but over 700 years apart – a couple of murders, a bit of medieval torture in the name of God, when suddenly a third global conspiracy thread erupted, with a secret cabal trying to corner the world market in gold. That somehow linked into the study of alchemy, international hitmen, American and Free Mason mythology with a bit of Harry Potter thrown in for good measure. It all got really weird and so much fun! If you like your thriller to be based on believable facts, then leave this well alone. But if you like a rollicking, fast paced, leap around famous American and Parisian landmarks, centuries of mystery and protagonists in mortal danger, then this is for you. I promise you that after reading this book, you will never look at the Eiffel Tower in the same way again.

A wonderful book that doesn’t let reality get in the way of a great story.” — Reader review

The Lafayette Sword