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The Alexander Cipher 'The action crackles along' Daily Mail 'A cracking adventure' Observer

About the Author

Will Adams worked as a shop salesman, painter & decorator, warehouse porter and microfiche technician before joining a Washington DC-based firm of business history consultants, for whom he wrote a number of corporate histories and biographies, taking time off between projects to travel to remote places in search of exotic settings for his stories. He later worked as a communications consultant for a London agency before resigning and selling his flat to give himself a shot at fulfilling his lifelong ambition of becoming a novelist

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Who can you trust? Jan. 29 2012
By Neil G. Matthews - Published on
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Built around some interesting conjecture over Atlantis, Jason and the Argonauts, and the Eleusinian Mysteries, I found this novel to be evenly paced with a very exciting climax. Knox is again in the bad books with the local (this time Greek) police, while coming to the most unwanted attention of a very intimidating villain. This greatly complicates his quest to clear his friend Augustin of murder charges. There is more violence than earlier works (including torture) - you have been warned. The background of different archaeological characters and their pet theories get more exploration than ancient ruins compared to earlier works by the author. While this might disappoint if undiscovered tombs containing great treasures are more to your taste, the book does open your eyes to the vast history of the Mediterranean and the degree to which it has influenced western culture.

This is definitely not a book to pick up near bed-time if you are within a couple of hundred pages of the end!
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
The 3rd Knox Book ... Knox me for 6 ... well 4 July 29 2010
By Him1977 - Published on
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Followed the previous two, The Alexander Cypher and the Exodus Quest, both featuring lead charecter Daniel Knox and his friends.

Enjoyed it for the most part, a good mix of history and archaelogical adventure in the veins of Clive Cussler without the water.

Have to say though the ending disappointed, without revealing too much it just seemed that Will Adams was selling out the charecter from being a historian to creating the next Jason Bourne / James Bond and that's not what the charecter was about

Aside from this it was a good read. Read most of it over two seperate days. Quick and easy to read chapters.

A great must read! Jan. 25 2013
By Canadian-BookClub Girl - Published on
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Excellent read! Very unexpected twists along the way with a shocking ending you will not see coming. I highly recommend you read this for yourself. Love the Daniel Knox Series!
More archeological action adventure June 28 2014
By Caryl Blevins - Published on
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I have enjoyed following these characters through the first three books in the series. I will definitely keep up with this author.
One Star Nov. 25 2014
By J S Adam - Published on
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It was very long winded and not as interesting as his other books.