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Magdalene Mandala

  • Livre Relié
  • 338 Nombre de pages
Michael Bradley is the author of The Travelers' Club Series (The Travelers' Club and the Ghost Ship; The Travelers' Club - Fire a... Lire la suite
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Michael Bradley is the author of The Travelers' Club Series (The Travelers' Club and the Ghost Ship; The Travelers' Club - Fire and Ash both out now) (future - The Travelers' Club and the Lost Temple; The Travelers' Club - Tesla's War; and The Travelers' Club at the Earth's Core) as well as the Twisted Series of Anthologies (Twisted History; Twisted Nightmares; and the soon-to-be-released Twisted Futures) and numerous short stories and magazine articles. Michael resides in Phoenix, Arizona and grew up in California and Hawaii. He enjoys rescue dogs, studying history, fine scotch, and great conversation. His blog site is mbtimetraveler.com. The blog is so named because his stories primarily are set in the past or future. He can also be reached at eiverness@cox.net or at Twitter @mbtimetraveler.



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Bradley is back! Michael Bradley, author of the critically acclaimed, Swords at Sunset and other non-fiction books on the Holy Grail (he was a researcher for The Da Vinci Code movie), has now written his first novel since the 1970s, when Imprint and The Mantouche Factor together sold more than half-a-million copies. Now, the long fiction drought is over with the release of a new novel: The Magdalene Mandala draws on Bradley's enviable reputation as a Holy Grail expert to lend authenticity to a plot that twists and turns at a rapid pace, bringing together murder and intrigue, political cover-ups, the Grail...and Mary Magdalene. Added to this intoxicating literary mix are detailed descriptions of ingenious low-tech survivalist devices.

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Titre: Magdalene Mandala
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Code EAN: 9781897453650
ISBN: 1897453655
Format: Livre Relié
Genre: Romans et récits
nombre de pages: 338
Poids: 666g
Taille: H229mm x B152mm x T24mm
Année: 2015