The present: In Utah the fabled remains of Mormon pioneers whose 19th-century expedition across the desert met with a murderous end have been uncovered. In Washington, DC, the official investigation of an international entrepreneur, an elder in the Mormon church, has sparked a political battle between the White House and a powerful United States senator.
In Denmark a Justice Department agent, missing in action, has fallen into the hands of a dangerous zealot - a man driven by divine visions to make a prophet's words reality. And in a matter of a few short hours, Cotton Malone has gone from quietly selling books at his shop in Denmark to dodging bullets in a high-speed boat chase.
All it takes is a phone call from his former boss in Washington, and suddenly the ex-agent is racing to rescue an informant carrying critical intelligence. It's just the kind of perilous business that Malone has been trying to leave behind ever since he retired from the Justice Department. But once he draws enemy blood, Malone is plunged into a deadly conflict - a constitutional war secretly set in motion more than 200 years ago by America's Founding Fathers.
From the streets of Copenhagen to the catacombs of Salzburg to the rugged mountains of Utah, the grim spectre of the Civil War looms as a dangerous conspiracy gathers power. Malone risks life, liberty, and his greatest love in a race for the truth about Abraham Lincoln - while the fate of the United States of America hangs in the balance.
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By Salter on 07-11-15
One again, it's very good...
Another great Cotton Malone adventure...
Personally I didn't find the story as gripping as previous Malone yarns, but it's still very good. The story centres on the Church of Latter Day Saints, and the American Civil War, both of which I have little knowledge about, so found myself having to google a few times just to get back on track.
For Malone fans such as I, it's a great adventure, and a really welcome introduction to Luke Daniels. Interesting developments between Malone and Cassiopeia too.
My slight moan aside, I'd still highly recommend The Lincoln Myth.
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