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3.34 of 5 stars 3.34  ·  rating details  ·  71 ratings  ·  6 reviews
“Exciting, smart, and witty, this book was a joy to read and a thrill of a ride! Nice blend of history, religion, and strategy. Well written and compelling.”
“Thinking person's thriller – Read it!”
42+ weeks as an International Best Seller

Indiana Jones meets Da Vinci Code in this action-packed thriller, with a mysterious shaman, a brutal murder, bloodthirsty pirates, viciou...more
Paperback, 368 pages
Published December 15th 2011 by Sky Castle Publishing (first published November 6th 2011)
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Dannye
The Seventh Stone by Pamela Hegarty is not a story for those who are all about action and care nothing for the historical background that is spurring this plot onward. If you’ve become accustomed to a quick read, you might be too quick to judge this book. True, it is long, but I thought Hegarty did an excellent job of keeping me on track with the story. I was fascinated by how she took this piece of history and wove it into such a complex plot that unfolded in so many different corners of the w...more
Stacy [TheNovelLife.com]
Books about religious artifacts have become quite popular since Dan Brown exploded on the scene with his Angels and Demons series. Pamela Hegarty takes us into New York City, Princeton and the Colombian rain forest for an oft-overlooked treasure from Moses' day - the Breastplate of the High Priest, also known as the Breastplate of Judgment and the Breastplate of Aaron.

In The Seventh Stone, Princeton historian Christa Devlin is on a mission to find the seven missing stones of the Breastplate befo...more
Patricia
I'm crazy about quest/adventure stories a la Indiana Jones. The Seventh Stone has all of the ingredients: a long lost biblical artifact (Aaron's Breastplate), the race around the globe (the Arizona desert, Morocco, Princeton, NYC, and Columbia), good guys, bad guys, and a few you're not sure of, greed. The book is well researched and written but the story bogs down a few times with too many details and a little pruning would help.

Read on my Kindle: BOO649UUOG

No sex
many people are killed
Lisa Toth
Apr 02, 2013 Lisa Toth rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: no one
I can't believe the average rating on good reads is 4 stars for this. I gave up after 100 pages or so. It was poorly written and had a very loose plot. Not worth the effort. I don't often give up on a book.....
J. Stephens
I enjoyed reading this book. The characters were interesting and the author kept me wondering what was going to happen next. No spoilers here.
Martha
I won this book through Goodreads First Reads on 1/2/2012. Review to come.
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My first thriller novel, The Seventh Stone, is, to my delight and amazement, an international best seller on Amazon. My newest thriller, The Emerald Tablet, is a thrill ride through history, with heart-pounding action, historical intrigue and cutting edge technology. I’ve adventured in more than thirty-five countries on six continents. I summited Mount Kilimanjaro, backpacked the Inca Trail and wa...more
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