The History of Things to Come - Duncan Simpson

The History of Things to Come

By Duncan Simpson

  • Release Date: 2015-07-13
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 26 Ratings

Description

The mind of a genius can hold the darkest of secrets.

A Bosnian gangster is gunned down in a packed London restaurant. In his possession is a notebook once belonging to Isaac Newton. This is just the latest in a series of shocking crimes connected to objects once belonging to the famous scientist. The police are stumped and the pressure for an arrest is mounting.

Enter Vincent Blake, London's leading stolen-art investigator. As Blake sets out to solve the case, a series of devastating events threaten to destroy everything he holds dear. Broken but undeterred, he comes upon a shocking discovery: within the coded pages of a mysterious crimson book, annotated in Newton’s own handwriting, is an explosive revelation. Possessing this secret knowledge turns Blake into a marked man.

Caught in the crosshairs of two sadistic hitmen, Blake is propelled into a breathtaking race through London and its dark historical secrets.

With time running out, will Blake solve Newton’s deadly puzzle before the world is plunged into a catastrophe of biblical proportions?

‘Taut, razor-sharp, and clever crime fiction.’

‘An endlessly twisting, multi-layered supernatural thriller.’

The History of Things to come is the first book in the Dark Horizon trilogy by thriller writer Duncan Simpson.

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 If you love multi-layered crime thrillers, then buy THE HISTORY OF THINGS TO COME now.

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Reviews

  • The History of Things to Come

    5
    By Deb'sVodka
    Very good read!
  • Enjoyable, but...

    3
    By KeepersUniverse
    I enjoyed reading this book. It has a fast pace and some fun intrigue but some of the solutions were a little bit too easy.