By Andy McDermott
An enormous DISCOVERY.
A cruel FOE.
A lethal RACE FOR THE TRUTH.
Off a distant stretch of the Indonesian coast, archaeologist Nina Wilde has made an marvelous discovery: an artifact that may rewrite every thing that’s identified approximately human heritage. yet earlier than she will go back to inform the realm of her locate, her send is brutally attacked, her workforce is ruthlessly murdered, and the artifact is stolen. an individual desires this mystery to stick hidden—and will do whatever to maintain it that way.
From the depths of the sea to the Australian outback to the halls of the United international locations, Nina and her fiancé, ex-SAS bodyguard Eddie Chase, embark on a quest to prevent the omnipotent Covenant of Genesis, a clandestine crew sworn to maintain Nina’s discovery a mystery. Nina and Eddie have confronted tricky adversaries ahead of, however the relentless Covenant is usually steps sooner than them—and greater than keen to kill back. Who would be the first to reveal the truth—and declare the main worthwhile archaeological prize of all time?
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He seemed around - and observed Bejo. His hand scrabbled opposed to the aspect of the swimsuit, fingernails pushing lower than the broken steel . . . The clip opened. The deep suit’s entrance unlatched, the final wallet of air within it gushing upwards. Chase instantly tugged on the unencumber for the seal on his left shoulder as Bejo did a similar at the correct. He desperately shrugged his hands unfastened because the younger Indonesian pulled on the jewelry around his thighs to liberate them. The deep go well with used to be nonetheless hauling him down like an anchor. One leg free. hearth searing his lungs, head pounding . . . the opposite seal was once published. Bejo grabbed him and kicked upwards because the go well with dropped away, tearing off considered one of Chase’s flippers. He used to be transparent - yet he nonetheless needed to achieve the outside. the place the pirates have been ready. Holes have been blown in the course of the lab’s partitions, the steel peeled again just like the epidermis of a half-eaten orange. a few of Nina’s gear were destroyed, the magnifying lens over the clay capsule shattered. yet she overlooked it, in its place looking for the 1st relief package - Lincoln’s merely wish of survival. She chanced on the fairway field in a cupboard. No time to examine if it contained whatever priceless, and no aspect both. both it did, or the maimed crewman might die. Clutching the field, she moved quickly again alongside the hall. She heard shouting. contained in the send. The pounding of blood in Chase’s head felt just like actual blows, blackness roiling in from the perimeters of his imaginative and prescient because the shimmering waves at the floor drew tantalisingly nearer, nearer . . . He breached the outside, taking in fresh, clean air in great whooping gasps. Bejo burst from the water beside him. Chase’s imaginative and prescient cleared - to bare the speedboat bobbing lower than twenty toes away. the lads within it noticed the gasping figures, expressions of shock speedily altering to anger. ‘Not back! ’ Chase wheezed as he pulled Bejo again underwater, bullets churning the skin round them. ‘Mr Lincoln! ’ Nina known as. The smoke within the passageway had thickened, making her cough. ‘Can you pay attention me? ’ A faint moan reached her. She limped to the place she had left him. The pool of blood had unfold, little rivulets winding alongside the deck. She placed down the 1st relief equipment and opened it. there have been a number of rolls of bandages and a packet containing sterile gauze within: a minimum of she could possibly cease the bleeding. There didn’t seem to be any painkillers, notwithstanding. ‘I’m going to place on a bandage,’ she advised Lincoln as she tore open the packet. ‘I’ll be as light as i will, however it may possibly harm. ’ ‘Can’t get . . . any worse . . . ’ he stated in a strained whisper, eyes closed. Hesitantly, Nina introduced the piece of gauze to the wound. A nub of bone was once obvious amid the torn muscle, blood dripping from it. She fought earlier her worry and revulsion and pressed the pad opposed to his arm. Lincoln set free a strangled screech. ‘I’m sorry, I’m sorry,’ she gasped. The gauze used to be already soaked, and he or she may perhaps suppose blood on her palm. preserving it in position, she groped together with her different hand for one of many rolls of bandage. ‘I’m going to—’ an individual cried out in the course of the smoke, a panicked plea - which used to be bring to a halt by way of a crackle of gunfire.