The Thieves of Faith by Richard Doetsch
(Michael St. Pierre)

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Beneath the Kremlin lies a shocking ancient truth.
And it’s about to be stolen.…


Since the times of Ivan the Terrible, generations of Russian leaders have turned the Kremlin into a fortress within a fortress, stocking its labyrinthine underground with secret vaults, elegant chambers, and priceless treasures. Now a master thief has the ultimate motivation to stage an assault on the Kremlin’s inner sanctum. Two lives depend on it. Thousands of years of religious faith hinge on it. And a man’s conscience, skill, and passion will not let him fail.

For Michael St. Pierre, history’s most daring heist is only one piece of an intricate puzzle reaching from an ancient monastery in Scotland to a hideaway in Corsica—where a madman has built an empire of terror. Haunted by his own family secrets, and surrounded by the precious few people he can trust, Michael will take on a mission that will make him the most hunted man in the world. But when an astounding truth, buried deep beneath the Kremlin, erupts with shattering force, he may unleash a relic too dangerous to possess.…


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About Richard Doetsch

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Richard Doetsch is the international bestselling author of five previous thrillers, including The Thieves of Faith, The Thieves of Heaven, which is currently being developed for film by Twentieth Century Fox, The Thieves of Darkness, which Doetsch is co-adapting with Shane Salerno (Armageddon, Hawaii Five-0), The 13th Hour, which is being adapted by New Line Cinema, and Half-Past Dawn. He lives in New York with his family. Visit RichardDoetsch.com.
 
Published December 26, 2007 by Dell. 546 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Retired art thief Michael St. Pierre (star of Doetsch’s debut The Thieves of Heaven ) tests the limits of his skills and of reader credulity as he breaks in

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