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Ebook ✓ The Columbus Affair ê Steve Berry Stigations Sagan suddenly finds himself caught in an international incident the repercussions of which will shudder not only Washington DC but also Jerusalem Coaxed into a deadly cat and mouse game unsure who’s friend and who’s foe Sagan is forced to Vienna Prague then finally into the Blue Mountains of Jamaica where his survival hinges on his rewriting everything we know about Christopher Columbus  Don’t miss Steve Berry’s short story “The Admiral’s Mark” and a sneak peek of his new novel The King’s Deception in the back of the bo When Steve Berry announced last year that his popular character Cotton Malone would be taking some time off fans were worried What they didn’t take into account was that Steve was still going to write just use another character What was the outcome; One of Steve’s best books to date “The Columbus Affair” with new character Tom Sagan Tom is a man that has hit bottom Winning awards for his writing while working at the Los Angeles Times and now working as a ghostwriter where many of his books hit the bestseller list only under someone else’s name Tom is getting ready to pull the trigger on his life However when a man shows up with a picture of his daughter a relationship between the two that was also on the rocks Tom needed to step up Christopher Columbus is one of the most recognizable names in World History; however he also has one of the most mysterious pasts In true form to his past books Steve is able to push the boundaries of historical fiction by bringing to light some of the mystery behind Columbus but keeping the action at the highest level Do I dare say that Cotton Malone has met his match in Tom Sagan you bet I will “The Columbus Affair” is an instant classic Reviewed by John Raab CEOPublisher of Suspense Magazine

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Book É The Columbus Affair È 594 pages Download ê Gwairsoft ✓ ➮ [Read] ➪ The Columbus Affair By Steve Berry ➺ – A family’s secret a ruthless fanatic and a covert arm of the American government—all are linked by a single puzzling possibility  What if e A family’s secret a ruthless fanatic and a covert arm of the American government all are linked by a single puzzling possibility  What if everything we know about the discovery of America was a lie? What if that lie was designed to hide the secret of why Columbus sailed in 1492? And what if that 500 year old secret could violently reshape the modern political world?   Pulitzer Prize–winning investigative journalist Tom Sagan has written hard hitting articles from hot spots around the world But when one of his stories from the Middle East is e Another great book by Steve Berry that blows traditional views of the 'founder of the Americas' out of the water and leaves me wondering how much was truth and what might have been fiction Even reading the author's note I am left wondering if Berry used his amazing abilities to paint a picture of Columbus that may leave American students rushing back to their history booksBerry balances what we know about Christopher Columbus and spices it up with much that was never known to me I wish not to spoil it for anyone but it surely does leave me wondering if this man was as elusive as he appears in this book and if many other historical figures have secret histories that are collecting dust Adding a current storyline Berry pushes a mystery that keeps the reader intrigued while peppering us with history and academic references What begins as a familial strain turns into a story about Columbus the race to find long long religious secrets and how good can conuer evil in the endWhile I did have to take a skeptical look at some that Berry wrote I am interested to see how much truth lies within these chapters Berry presents his information very much in the 'Dan Brownsian fashion' leaving me to wonder what truths I can take away from thisMany kudos Mr Berry I am so excited to see what you have up your sleeve

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The Columbus AffairXposed as a fraud his professional reputation crashes and burns Now he lives in virtual exile haunted by bad decisions and a shocking truth he can never prove  that his downfall was a deliberate act of sabotage by an unknown enemy But before Sagan can end his torment with the sueeze of a trigger fate intervenes in the form of an enigmatic stranger  This stranger forces Sagan to act and his actions attract the attention of the Magellan Billet a top secret corps of the United States Justice Department that deals with America’s most sensitive inve Five stars? Absolutely This book was amazing and without a doubt one of the best books I've read in a very long time I have never read a book by Steve Berry prior to this one and I am thrilled I won this one through the GoodReads First Reads giveaways I will definitely be purchasing books by Mr BerryI do not understand the criticisms of this book that other reviews have mentioned I had absolutely no problem with the momentum of the plot As far as I was concerned every character every tale every sentence was completely critical to the story I fell in love with some of the characters even the villainous characters and I loved the complexity that Mr Berry built in to each one Tom Sagan a disgraced former Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporter who lost his family and his career Alle Sagan Becket who felt betrayed and abandoned by her disgraced father and who seeking acceptance and validity fell victim to an insane terrorist Bene Rowe a man seeking to clarify his own identity while struggling with who his ancestors were and the man he currently is and Zachariah Simon the insane terrorist who will betray everyone and stop at nothing to incite a war to save his people The story is fantastic and is woven so intricately that I could barely bring myself to ever put the book downI adored the writing style I loved how the story was continually shifting character perspective It keeps the story from becoming stale and created a deeper understanding of the story as a whole It was not a tale of Tom Sagan or Alle Becket or Bene Rowe or Zachariah Simon it was a tale of all of these characters on different uests to different ends through the same treasure I found it reminiscent of the character shifts in William Faulkner's As I Lay Dying I also loved Mr Berry's use of choppy shifting sentences The choppy sentences such asI didn't know if I couldIf I shouldMaybeI would have to trySome dayI made those up they aren't in the story but that style is was beautifully included in the context of the book It broke up the fluid writing of the rest of the book and reflected the chaos of a moment or a thought process and it was brilliantly usedI have no complaints with this book It is definitely a new favorite of mine and if Mr Berry's other books are as well written as this one I may have found a new author to add to my list of favorites