The Genesis Secret by Tom Knox
A Novel

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The internationally bestselling thriller—an audacious blend of science, history, and suspense--from the author of The Marks of Cain and The Lost Goddess

War-reporter Rob Luttrell is expecting a soft assignment when he's sent to Kurdistan to cover the excavation of the world's oldest human civilization. But, soon after he arrives, the site is violated, first by sabotage-and then by death. Meanwhile, a Scotland Yard detective investigating a series of spectacularly grisly murders discovers a link between the victims and what is happening in Kurdistan. As the two men race to prevent more deaths, they close in on a biblical era secret that will shake the foundations of the modern world. For readers of Raymond Khoury, Kate Mosse, and Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child.


About Tom Knox

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TOM KNOX is the pseudonym for the English journalist and writer Sean Thomas. He lives in London.
Published March 24, 2009 by Plume. 531 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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After narrowly surviving a suicide-bombing while on assignment in Iraq, British journalist Rob Luttrell is ordered to return to London.

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