Embassy of the Empire

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  • Embassy of the Empire

  • Author : J Robert Kennedy
  • Publisher : J. Robert Kennedy
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  • Genre : Fiction
  • Number of Pages : 300
  • Publish Date : 2020-06-28
  • Ratings: 4.5
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*** FROM USA TODAY & MILLION COPY BESTSELLING AUTHOR J. ROBERT KENNEDY *** AN INCIDENT ON THE HIGH SEAS RISKS WAR BETWEEN THE USA AND CHINA. AND AN INNOCENT ARCHAEOLOGICAL TEAM IS CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE. Almost two-thousand years ago, the Roman Empire established its first embassy in Han China, and something went horribly wrong, the mission now a mere footnote in history. And today, in London, a shocking discovery is made that may be linked to those unfortunate events, and the proof could lie in the ancient capital of the Han Empire. In a hunt for the truth, Archaeology Professors James Acton and Laura Palmer travel to China to investigate a stunning discovery—the ruins of the doomed Roman Embassy. As they arrive, a terrifying incident between two of the world’s most powerful militaries unfolds, sending not only the globe into a panic, but an innocent team of archaeologists fleeing for their lives. It is a race against time to find safe-harbor before war is declared, and the innocent become pawns in what could devolve into World War Three. In Embassy of the Empire, award winning and USA Today bestselling author J. Robert Kennedy once again mixes history and today’s headlines in a shocking international thriller sure to leave you burning through the pages into the late hours. If you enjoy fast-paced adventures in the style of Dan Brown, Clive Cussler, and James Rollins, then you’ll love this thrilling tale of archaeological intrigue. Get your copy of Embassy of the Empire now, and see what happens when two great empires collide—two millennia ago, and today… About the James Acton Thrillers: ★★★★★ "James Acton: A little bit of Jack Bauer and Indiana Jones!" Though this book is part of the James Acton Thrillers series, it is written as a standalone novel and can be enjoyed without having read any of the previous installments. ★★★★★ “Non-stop action that is impossible to put down.” The James Acton Thrillers series and its spin-offs, the Special Agent Dylan Kane Thrillers and the Delta Force Unleashed Thrillers, have sold over one million copies. If you love non-stop action and intrigue with a healthy dose of humor, try James Acton today! ★★★★★ “A great blend of history and current headlines.” USA Today bestselling author J. Robert Kennedy’s novels are ideal for fans of Dan Brown, Clive Cussler, James Rollins, Tom Clancy, and James Patterson, and those who enjoy intense action and intrigue with a healthy dose of humor and a touch of romance. Readers interested in action adventure, archaeological mysteries, historical fiction, men’s adventure, conspiracies and ancient mysteries, will love the James Acton Thrillers. If spies and espionage is your thing, then check out the CIA Special Agent Dylan Kane Thrillers for riveting tradecraft action. And for those who prefer the team approach and Special Forces, check out the Delta Force Unleashed series for exciting military thrills. Or maybe you just feel like a mystery? Check out the Detective Shakespeare Mysteries for dark, intense psychological thrillers. Into the Templars? Then the Templar Detective Thrillers are for you!

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