Review of ‘Immortal Plague’

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William Barrow, Smithsonian Institution archivist and part time CIA operative, has a secret. He was once known as Judas, the betrayer who is cursed to walk the earth until he can reclaim the 30 pieces of silver he was paid. He has retrieved 21, and while he and his current ‘son’, an esteemed university professor, are in pursuit of the 22d they encounter a Russian billionaire who is after another deadly secret—a quest they must stop in order to save the world as we know it.

Aiden James’ Immortal Plague is a spine-tingling thriller that combines intriguing characters with a compelling plot, finely crafted into an unforgettable story. You’ll find yourself immersed in James’ world and identifying with even the most outrageous events. He’s just that good. Don’t miss this book! I give it four stars.

One thought on “Review of ‘Immortal Plague’

    Jacqui Murray said:
    October 19, 2015 at 3:02 pm

    This sounds like a great combination of thrills and history.


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