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Author: Mario Giordano Narrator: Drew Birdseye Publisher: Luebbe Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Series: The Apocalypsis Trilogy Release Date: December 2018 ISBN: 9783838776033
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Before Peter can work out the true meaning of the amulet they find in the ossuary, he is tracked down by Nakashima. Bühler has betrayed him. Nakashima makes him an offer he can’t refuse. Meanwhile, Brother Anselmo in the Vatican tried to send a warning via coded email and sets off the rubus flammeus virus written for the previous pope. Muslim leader Sheikh al-Husseini, unable to resist any longer, goes to meet the pope in suite 306. The chief rabbi arrives shortly after to make a horrible discovery.

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  • “A sensational trilogy that is hard to beat in terms of tension.”

    Frankfurter Stadtkurier on the series

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About the Author

Mario Giordano, the son of Italian immigrants, was born in Munich in 1963 and studied psychology in Düsseldorf. He has written thrillers, books for children, and screenplays. Auntie Poldi and the Sicilian Lions, his first novel translated into English, was an IndieNext pick, a Barnes & Noble Discover selection, and an Amazon Top Ten Best Book of the Month. He lives in Berlin.

About the Narrator

Drew Birdseye is a voice-over artist who has worked extensively in advertising and audiobook narration. Among his readings are The Time Machine by H. G. Wells, Language Intelligence, by Joseph Romm, and How to Win Grants by Alan Silver.