In 1938 Heinrich Himmler sends a secret SS expedition to Tibet to find a fabled lost kingdom. In contemporary Seattle, a young woman is saved moments before her car blows up. In Geneva, the world’s largest supercollider climbs toward full power to discover what the Universe is truly made of. And behind all this is a vast new conspiracy to revive fascist domination of the world, with one mystified heroine carrying the key in her veins.
“Dietrich writes page-turning fiction seething with action, adventure, and romance.” – Booklist
“William Dietrich is a born stylist.” – Steve Berry
“Dietrich should be read by everyone.” – James Rollins
William Dietrich is a NY Times bestselling author of 15 fiction and non-fiction books. His Ethan Gage series of historical thrillers has sold into 31 languages. He shared a Pulitzer Prize while working as a journalist at the Seattle Times and has taught environmental journalism and writing at Western Washington University. He will follow “Blood of the Reich” with another Ethan Gage tale.
For more information, please visit William’s website.
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