The Keepers Of The Library: A Novel

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Harper Collins, Jun 4, 2013 - Fiction - 384 pages

In the sensational and much-anticipated conclusion to the internationally bestselling Library of the Dead trilogy, Will Piper, former FBI agent, is retired and living a life of leisure in Florida when a new Doomsday Killer emerges. Then Will’s son, Phillip, disappears after receiving a mysterious email from the other side of the world. The high-stakes adventure that Will is pulled into spans centuries and continents, and may at last reveal what the Library cannot about the future of humankind, if there is to be a future . . .

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Book Description Prophecy is prologue England, 1775. An ambitious American pushes his expedition onward despite dire warnings from the locals. But what Benjamin Franklin discovers on the Isle of Wight ... Read full review

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This was another very good book to end this exciting trilogy. I have loved all three books, although the first one will always be my favourite - partly because I wasn't expecting much from the book ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

GLENN COOPER is the author of the internationally bestselling Will Piper trilogy: Library of the Dead, its sequel, Book of Souls, and The Keepers of the Library. His other books include The Tenth Chamber, The Resurrection Maker, The Devil Will Come, Near Death, and the Down Trilogy. He has sold over 6 million books worldwide. Glenn graduated from Harvard with a degree in archaeology and received his medical degree from Tufts University. After practicing medicine, he served as the chairman and CEO of a biotechnology company in Massachusetts. He is also a screenwriter, film producer, and chairman of Lascaux Media. Glenn lives in Sarasota, Florida. Visit him at glenncooperbooks.com.

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