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By Steve Berry

The long island Times bestselling writer of The Jefferson Key brings you a brief tale that takes readers on a dangerous hunt for . . . The Devil's Gold

Once he was once referred to as the Sphinx, a guy so inscrutable that neither his adversaries nor fellow intelligence operatives may possibly expect his subsequent movement. Now a freelance agent with a mystery undertaking, Jonathan Wyatt has long gone rogue. For 8 years he’s been plotting. ready. Scheming to kill Federal brokers Christopher Combs and Cotton Malone, whom he blames for the lack of his occupation. yet as Wyatt prepares for a last disagreement in a distant South American village, he makes a discovery that stretches again to the horrors of worldwide battle II, to the astounding mystery of a child’s delivery, to Martin Bormann and Eva Braun—and to a fortune in misplaced gold.

BONUS: contains excerpts from Steve Berry's The Jefferson Key and The Columbus Affair.

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He missed a meeting with me this morning and did not answer his page. ” Langdon felt a sudden chill realizing that he was about to see a dead body. His stomach had never been particularly stalwart. It was a weakness he’d discovered as an art student when the teacher informed the class that Leonardo da Vinci had gained his expertise in the human form by exhuming corpses and dissecting their musculature. Kohler led the way to the far end of the hallway. There was a single door. “The Penthouse, as you would say,” Kohler announced, dabbing a bead of perspiration from his forehead.

Although his people did not celebrate Christmas, he imagined that this is what it must feel like to be a Christian child, sitting before a stack of Christmas presents, about to discover the miracles inside. He opened the album and examined the photos. A lifetime of sexual fantasies stared back at him. Marisa. An Italian goddess. Fiery. A young Sophia Loren. Sachiko. A Japanese geisha. Lithe. No doubt skilled. Kanara. A stunning black vision. Muscular. Exotic. He examined the entire album twice and made his choice.

6 Sixty-four minutes had passed when an incredulous and slightly air-sick Robert Langdon stepped down the gangplank onto the sun-drenched runway. A crisp breeze rustled the lapels of his tweed jacket. The open space felt wonderful. He squinted out at the lush green valley rising to snowcapped peaks all around them. I’m dreaming, he told himself. Any minute now I’ll be waking up. “Welcome to Switzerland,” the pilot said, yelling over the roar of the X-33’s misted-fuel HEDM engines winding down behind them.

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