[Free eBook] The Alchemist’s Code by Martin Rua [Conspiracy Thriller]

The Alchemist’s Code by Italian author Martin Rua is the 1st novel in his Parthenope Trilogy set of secret history conspiracy thrillers, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Head of Zeus’ Aria imprint.

This is the English-language translation of Le nove chiavi dell’antiquario, originally self-published in Italian and later picked up by Italian small press Newton Compton. This series is a secret history conspiracy thriller in the vein of The Da Vinci Code. The story stars an alchemist with the secret code of the medieval Knights Templar embedded in his memory, triggered by an encounter with a spy, which in turn puts him on a race to thwart the competing groups seeking a powerful artifact that could doom the world.

Offered in Canada & US (possibly also other regions), available at multiple retailers.

Free for a limited time in Canada & US (possibly also other regions outside the UK) @ Barnes & Noble (US), Amazon, Kobo, Google Play

The first in a gripping conspiracy thriller series for fans Scott Mariani and Dan Brown.

A dark figure. A secret code. A battle between good and evil…

Years ago the Knights Templar developed a secret code. A code so secret that only one man could remember it.

The code lies in the hidden recesses of Lorenzo Aragona’s memory. The alchemist has always known it, but, until he crosses paths with a beautiful but brutal Russian spy, he does not realise its significance.

In a race against the clock from Naples to Kiev, Lorenzo uncovers an ancient history involving Nazis and Freemasons, secrets and spies. He must remember the code, unlock the Baphomet and take control of The Guardian of the Threshold. The lives of the Pope, his dying wife and all of mankind are at stake and only Lorenzo has the power to save them…


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