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Golden Dawn

Golden Dawn

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Trailing his IRA bomber uncle, journalist Michael Shea stumbles onto the biggest story of his life: a plot to smuggle nuclear material into Iran.  Discovered and marked for death, Shea flees the Iranian secret service.  His only help comes from the beautiful mystic Neda Ghazali, a member of the ancient sect of the Golden Dawn.  For centuries, the sect has guarded a secret prophecy of the End Times--a prophecy that international terrorists and Iran's president are exploiting for their own gain. Shea leaves a trail of bodies behind as he rushes to reveal the truth--before Neda's cataclysmic prophecy comes true.
Trailing his IRA bomber uncle, journalist Michael Shea stumbles onto the biggest story of his life: a plot to smuggle nuclear material into Iran.  Discovered and marked for death, Shea flees the Iranian secret service.  His only help comes from the beautiful mystic Neda Ghazali, a member of the ancient sect of the Golden Dawn.  For centuries, the sect has guarded a secret prophecy of the End Times--a prophecy that international terrorists and Iran's president are exploiting for their own gain. Shea leaves a trail of bodies behind as he rushes to reveal the truth--before Neda's cataclysmic prophecy comes true.

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Publish date: Oct 16, 2012
Added to Scribd: Aug 22, 2012
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This is a work o fction. All o the characters, organizations, and eventsportrayed in this novel are either products o the author’s imagination or areused fctitiously.GOLDEN DAWNCopyright © 2012 by Thomas M. Kostigen All rights reserved. A Forge BookPublished by Tom Doherty Associates, LLC175 Fith AvenueNew York, NY 10010 www.tor-orge.com Forge
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is a registered trademark o Tom Doherty Associates, LLC.Library o Congress Cataloging-in-Publication DataKostigen, Thomas.Golden dawn / Thomas M. Kostigen.—1st ed.p. cm.“A Tom Doherty Associates book.”ISBN 978-0-7653-2933-2 (hardcover)ISBN 978-1-4299-4319-2 (e-book)1. Hermetic Order o the Golden Dawn—Fiction. 2. Prophecies—Fiction. 3. Nuclear terrorism—Fiction. I. Title.PS3611.O74924G65 2012813'.6—dc232012019939First Edition: October 2012Printed in the United States o America0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
 
 
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The voice was as scratchy as the static on the telephone line
that connected them across continents.“I never make a mistake. I know it is him; your uncle. He’s workingor us now.” The voice was rushed. The inormation came in staccato-like bursts.British News’s star oreign correspondent Michael Shea gripped thephone in his hand tight and pressed it hard against his ear. The noise o the London newsroom that usually reminded him o why he liked to re-port rom the feld was lost, shut out. He was ocused on the words com-ing through the phone. Shea was consumed by the possibility that oronce he might be able to catch his uncle, Sean O’Shaughnessy, in theact, the act o terrorism.“My uncle is in Chechnya?” Shea asked quickly, earul the linewould go dead.He needed a location. He began to write things down. He’d get there,wherever his uncle was.

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