The Overseer

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Halban Publishers, Feb 21, 2012 - Fiction - 400 pages
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A debut thriller of global intrigue and political conspiracy In the summer of 1531, Medici soldiers, working for Pope Clement VII, tortured to death an obscure Swiss monk, Eusebius Eisenreich. What Eisenreich would not reveal was the location of a simple manuscript, On Supremacy, that far surpassed anything imagined by Machiavelli. The Pope never found the manuscript. This deadly document is at the heart of The Overseer. It has fallen into the hands of a cabal intent on ripping apart society as we know it and creating the terrifying new world order described in the manuscript. A facsimile of Eisenreich's disturbing document has been reprinted in this book.
 

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David Garrison's narration almost saves this choppy abridgment of Rabb's debut thriller, which manages to tie up loose ends but cardboard characters leave much to be desired. Sarah Trent, career ... Read full review

The overseer: a novel

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Rabb, who has a master's degree in political theory from Columbia, has fashioned a slick and readable thriller from unusual material. At the center is a political treatise rumored to outline a plan ... Read full review

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Jonathan Rabb, is a full-time novelist and lives in Savannah, Georgia, with his wife and their two children.

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