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The king's deception: a novel. [Steve Berry] -- When escalating political tensions between the United States and England put his son, Gary, in the hands of a. Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. After an exciting departure from his Cotton Malone novels site Store · site eBooks · Literature & Fiction .. The King's Deception by Steve Berry is another historical figure with twists and turns. I asked my. Steve Berry's new Cotton Malone adventure blends gripping international political intrigue, Tudor treachery, and high-octane thrills into one riveting novel of.

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Jeffery Deaver. City of Screams. John Sandford. Highly recommended. A heart-pumping adventure. The detailed history of Tudor England will entrance fans of British historicals. The castles mentioned are real and worth a visit. There are assassins, traitors, spies and mystery surrounding Cotton and his son, Gary. Join Reader Rewards and earn your way to a free book! Join Reader Rewards and earn points when you download this book from your favorite retailer. Read An Excerpt.

Paperback —. download the Audiobook Download: Apple Audible downpour eMusic audiobooks. Add to Cart Add to Cart. Also in Cotton Malone. Also by Steve Berry. Product Details. Inspired by Your Browsing History. A lot less interesting in my opinion. The history revolving around the Throne of Britain is endlessly fascinating--not the least of which is also a bit disturbing, especially if true and I suspect much of it is.

At the heart of the story is an amazing tale of lost riches, but also, as the title implies, a deception, while if true, could be one of the biggest ever perpetrated by anyone, anywhere.

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I won't spoil the surprise, but lets just say its a doozy. Action on top of intrigue and lies, lies and really BIG lies make the Kings Deception a fun and fast read. I am by no means a quick reader, but I found myself wrapping up the last page a lot faster than I usually do. Cotton Malone, his son Gary, spies and Elizabeth the First all become carefully woven into a plot which, while intricate is never far from being in very good hands, regardless of how off topic you may think one chapter is from another.

Essentially the Kings Deception is a tapestry of complex storylines which all come together with a LOAD of action thrown in for good measure. Some have said this story wasn't as action-packed as earlier Cotton Malone thrillers, and while that seems impossible to understand, I'm just going to have to download all the Cotton novels in order to gain a better understanding of it all I suppose everyone is different, right?

All I can say is this: The Kings Deception was really awesome, if you ask me.

The King's Deception by Steve Berry is another historical figure with twists and turns. I asked my English son inlaw if he knew of the Bisley Boy theory and he did not know the specific yearly event celebrating a boy dressed as a girl in Elizabethan England. The readers will have to determine for themselves whether a conspiracy was committed or not? I love that fact that Berry at the end of the book separates fact from fiction so you have a sense of what is genuine and what helped move his story line along.

Cotton Malone is again his protagonist with contemporary situations that could be highly influenced by the outcome of his story. It's a good read and will have you guessing, how he is going to resolve the crises. After a bit of a slump, Mr. Barry is now on a bit of a roll. His two novels before this were very enjoyable and now The King's Deception makes it three in a row. MIA in Mr. Berry's last novel, Cotton Malone, the spy-turned-bookseller is back for this one.

In fact, The King's Deception spends much more time on Malone's backstory than we've gotten before. This time out, Malone is accompanied by Gary, the boy he always thought was his son until he learned that he was not Gary's biological father in a previous novel. Now, Gary's and Malone's search for the truth will run through this story. Of course, Malone would not put his son in danger on purpose; however, as seems to happen often to him, Malone is sucked into a mystery when he agrees to drop a young boy named Ian off with British authorities in London while flying to Europe with Gary.

They are barely on the ground in England when Ian and Gary are kidnapped and Malone is off to the races. Berry is always at his best when he's got a somewhat vague historical mystery from which to work.

This time he's got a nice one: He unravels the mystery with care and takes us to various sites around London to add flavor. He's also added a number of solid new characters to this novel. In addition to fleshing out Gary a bit for the first time and introducing Ian, we have a CIA agent named Blake Antrim and a British law officer named Kathleen Richards, as well as a handful of well-developed minor characters that include an old bookstore owner and her twin sister as well as the head of MI6, the Secret Intelligence Service.

Not surprisingly, Cotton works things out. The mystery is solved in the end and the people who should get their comeuppance. A satisfying thriller.

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Product description Review 'Berry raises this genre's stakes' -- New York Times 'As always with Steve Berry, you're educated about significant things while your knuckles are turning white and the pages are flying by' -- David Baldacci 'I love this guy' -- Lee Child 'Steve Berry writes with the self-assured style of a veteran' -- Dan Brown.

The whole book was so enthralling and I enjoyed it a lot. Enabled Page Flip: A heart-pumping adventure. Dan Brown a starnit o moda. Plus which, in so many places there are just awful "reality-glitches". He can't seem to make a simple trip from one continent to another without getting caught in a tangle of international intrigue. Steve Berry was born and raised in Georgia, graduating from the Walter F.

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