Early In The USSR Communism Is About To Collapse In China Civil War Is Brewing And An American Archaeologist Is About To Discover An Extraordinary Secret Dr Sally Parsons Ambition To Excavate The Tomb Of The Ruthless First Emperor Of China Is Dashed When She Is Mysteriously Fired From The Project Then Sally Agrees To Deliver A Computer Disk To A Contact In China In Return For Access To The Tomb But The Explosive Secret The Disk Reveals Is A Prize Worth Killing For If She Survives, Sally S Dream Of An Unprecedented Archaeological Coup Might Be Within Her Grasp But It Could Turn Into A Nightmare For Millions Good espionage thriller Not a five starThe first three quarters of book, I was thinking that it would Then there were several pages of an orgy at WU s university office that did nothing for the story It all was some what sketchy put together from there to the end. I would have rated it a little higher but I was frustrated by the number of typo errors and other errors in the Kindle version of the book Quite a good storyline otherwise with several intriguing twists.
Humphrey Hawksley is a journalist and an author who has been a foreign correspondent for the BBC since the early 1980s.Hawksley was educated at the Junior and Senior schools of St Lawrence College, an independent school for boys now co educational , in the coastal seaside town of Ramsgate in Kent, in south east England.After school, Hawksley joined the Merchant Navy, and sailed across the world.
- Unknown Binding
- 310 pages
- Red Spirit
- Humphrey Hawksley
- 22 May 2017 Humphrey Hawksley