Author : Andy McDermott
Publisher : Headline
ISBN : 9780755385935
About Temple of the Gods
Another brilliant Wilde/Chase thriller from one of the best in the business - Andy McDermott. Archaeologist Nina Wilde's life has fallen apart. Her husband, ex-SAS soldier Eddie Chase is on the run, falsely accused of murder, and her only distraction has been investigating the origin of three strange statues stolen from her just before Eddie's disappearance. When Nina discovers they may be relics from the lost civilisation of Atlantis, it's clear that she has to get her head back in the game, and fast. Eddie, meanwhile, tries to stay ahead of the authorities as he hunts the man responsible for his fugitive status across the globe. A mysterious benefactor offers the information he needs - but the price will put him in direct conflict with his wife. When Nina learns that a Japanese industrialist has obtained the statues on the black market she immediately heads to Tokyo meet him, unaware that Eddie is already on his way. Their arrival unleashes a chain of events that could have devastating consequences for the world, setting Nina and Eddie on their most dangerous quest ever - with the future of humanity itself at stake...
Temple of the Gods Review
I was never in doubt that this would be another fast paced adventure by Andy McDermott, and he didn't let me down. From the very first chapter, there is action aplenty. Wilde and Chase are forced back into action as Eddie Chase is trying to outrun the authorities and clear himself of a murder charge. Loved this edition of the continuing adventures of Nina and Eddie and couldn't put it down. Now onto the next book........
couldnt put this book or the previous one down. Nothing else to say except read the books.
All action packed with Dr Nina Wilde an Eddy Chase causing mayhem saving the world.
If you like the previous previous books you'll love this one, never a dull moment with Eddie & Nina, excitement round every corner, with the usual smattering of Eddies rotten jokes thrown in for good measure, :-)