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The Bonaparte Secret

(Lang Reilly #5)

3.80  ·  Rating details ·  196 ratings  ·  8 reviews
It was Napoleon Bonaparte’s most prized possession, the key to his vast global conquests and military victories. For nearly two hundred years it has remained hidden. But now one nation will stop at nothing to locate it. And Lang Reilly may be the only man who stands in their way - unless they can eliminate him. From Venice to Port-au Prince, Alexandria to Paris, Lang will ...more
Published (first published October 26th 2010)
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Oct 12, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I enjoyed this although it did seem a little disjointed, looking forward to the next to see how the family fair.
Jennifer Eckel
Lang Reilly and wife Gurt are quite exciting, and the locale of Atlanta and where ever they go are usually quite exciting, but this latest installment didn't do it for me. The coincidences and connections are just a little too contrived. Lang is hunting for something, but he doesn't know what, but the Chinese are hunting for whatever it is are too, and they just happen to stumble into a heist and the story begins in Venice with a theft and and.....
Still I enjoy the characters and Gurt is pricele
Jul 23, 2016 rated it liked it
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I enjoyed the read. l felt disappointed towards the end, like it was just thrown together. I'm thinking they are seeking Napoleon's remains but come to find out its not remains, but something else Napoleon held dear. Really?

Anyway, I won't spoil it. So with that being said, onward to the Cathar Secret. Ciao!!!
Paula Howard
Dec 11, 2014 rated it it was amazing
The Bonaparte Secret takes Lang on an amazing journey of countries.... Venice, Haiti, Alexandria and Paris.
Why are the Chinese trying to steal from a Church in Venice?
Why try and kill Lang and Gurt?
Why does the US remove protection from Gert and Manfred?

Another well researched and written novel by Gregg Loomis.
Patrick Houweling
Another intriguing and thrilling story in the Lang Reilly-series
Jun 26, 2016 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
What did I just read? Did this book really even have an ending?
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Good but pretty much the same story as previous books. Quick read good for beach
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Gregg Loomis is an American author of thrillers. Born in Atlanta, Georgia, he spent his youth traveling the world, and has worked as a commercial pilot, a racecar driver, and a lawyer specializing in commercial litigation. He published his first novel, the bayou thriller Voodoo Fury, in 1991. His greatest success came in 2005, when The Pegasus Secret introduced the world to lawyer Lang Reilly; Loo ...more

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