Sigma Force Novels; Volume number 5
The Doomsday Key
A Sigma Force Novel
On Sale: 05/25/2010
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The Doomsday Key
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“James Rollins knows adventure.”
—Chicago Sun Times
With The Doomsday Key—the latest Sigma Force blockbuster from New York Times bestselling author James Rollins—the critically acclaimed thrill-master continues to dazzle with an electrifying combination of history, religion, science, and adventure. The hero of Map of Bones, The Black Order, and other exceptional Rollins roller-coaster rides, Commander Pierce returns to solve a centuries-old secret, one coded in prophecies of doom—in a story that fans of Michael Crichton, Douglas Preston, and Indiana Jones will not be able to put down!
- ISBN: 9780061231414
- ISBN 10: 006123141X
- Imprint: Harper
- On Sale: 05/25/2010
- Trimsize: 4.19 in (w) x 7.50 in (h) x 1.26 in (d)
- Pages: 560
- List Price: 9.99 USD
- BISAC1: FICTION / Thrillers / Suspense
- BISAC2: FICTION / Action & Adventure
- BISAC3: FICTION / Thrillers / General
“This guy doesn’t write novels—he builds roller coasters....Rollins excels at combining action and history with larger-than-life characters....A must for pure action fans.” - Booklist
“Rollins’s prose explodes off the page in a twisty and compelling thriller....Swashbuckling adventure, elite team effort, and religious symbology all add up to another gripping and terrifying read....An amazing and brilliant technothriller that might be his best to date. - Library Journal (starred review)