The Lost Labyrinth

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Harper, 2009 - Adventure stories - 536 pages
17 Reviews

On the trail of a Dead Sea Scroll, Daniel Knox finds himself at an excavation just outside Alexandria, where an evangelical Christian archaeologist has just discovered an undeclared Jewish Temple. Knox takes photographs and sends them to his partner Gaille. Moments later Knox's jeep is forced of the road killing his friend and head of the SCA - Omar.Meanwhile in Egypt, Gaille is baby-sitting a television documentary crew. When she receives Dan's pictures she quickly realises that one of them has a link to the Copper Scroll, one of the Dead Sea Scrolls. But more importantly the link is also attached to the one time Pharaoh Akheneaten in Amarana - the very place the crew are filming. Whilst following up the connections Gaille unwittingly draws the attention of Khaled and tomb robber and army officer. Khaled soon realises that Gaille has what he wants and suddenly she and the television crew are in mortal danger from a greedy and deranged individual.Back in Alexandria Knox is under investigation for the murder of his colleague and then sees a broadcast showing a kidnapped Gaille. It's obvious only to him that Gaille is trying to send him a coded message but Knox is now imprisoned and Gaille's time is running out. What's worse, a new and even more dangerous foe is about to make its marrk...

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Liked the writing style and range of characters - Goodreads
The ending was a bit disappointing. - Goodreads
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Review: The Lost Labyrinth (Daniel Knox #3)

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Quite enjoyed it, not having read this author before. Search for the Golden Fleece, a horrible super wealthy psychopath from an equally horrible family of nutters try too capture and torture the ... Read full review

Review: The Lost Labyrinth (Daniel Knox #3)

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While reading I did not realize this was the third of a series. This surprised me so, since it is so readable without the other two installments, which does not occur very often. I quite enjoyed this ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Will Adams worked as a shop salesman, painter & decorator, warehouse porter and microfiche technician before joining a Washington DC-based firm of business history consultants, for whom he wrote a number of corporate histories and biographies, taking time off between projects to travel to remote places in search of exotic settings for his stories. He later worked as a communications consultant for a London agency before resigning and selling his flat to give himself a shot at fulfilling his lifelong ambition of becoming a novelist

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