Book Description

The third thrilling adventure thriller featuring archaeologist Nina Wilde, in which Nina must find Excalibur, King Arthur’s beloved sword.

Said to make whoever holds it unstoppable in battle, the sword Excalibur has been coveted across the ages, and thought lost for over a thousand years. With a cryptic message to archaeologist Nina Wilde, this may be about to change.

Historian Bernd Rust believes he can locate Excalibur... and that the sword is the key to harnessing an incredible source of energy. Nina is sceptical – until she and Rust are attacked by mercenaries determined to steal his research.

Nina and her boyfriend, ex-SAS soldier Eddie Chase, are soon propelled into a deadly race to find Excalibur. From the deserts of Syria to the arctic wastes of Russia, Nina and Chase must battle a merciless enemy who plans to use the sword’s powers to plunge the world into a new era of war...

Book Review

Okay, so I'll admit that after the somewhat disappointing second book The Tomb of Hercules, I thought I'd give up on the series. Then I went back to the first chapter I had read of Book 3 and decided to check it out anyway. So glad I did. This time round the myth busting comes to England, along with a side helping of Eddie's family.

Absolutely love the Nan (Grandmother)'s response to be in a high speed chase with her Grandson Eddie and his Fiancée Nina through her little English countryside town. Of course the rest of the book was a whole series of action, events beyond control, subterfuge and double crosses of the kinds masala movies are made of. It was more interesting and had a number of twists in the plot as compared to Book 2 which barely had a story to string all the action together.

For previous books in the series, here's the list.
The Hunt For Atlantis (Wilde/Chase 1)
The Tomb of Hercules (Wilde/Chase 2)
The Secret of Excalibur (Wilde/Chase 3)
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