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The Tenth Chamber by Glenn Cooper
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Oct 20, 2010

really liked it

In an abbey in rural France a medieval script is discovered hidden behind an antique bookcase. Badly damaged, it is sent to Paris for restoration, and there literary historian Hugo Pineau begins to read the startling fourteenth-century text. Within the pages lies a fanciful tale of a painted cave and the secrets it contains, including a rudimentary map showing its position close to the abbey. Intrigued, Hugo enlists the help of archaeologist Luc Simard and the two men go exploring.

The men discover a vast network of prehistoric caves, buried deep within the cliffs and they realise that they've stumbled across something extraordinary. As they begin to unlock the ancient secrets the cavern holds, they find themselves at the centre of a dangerous game.

One 'accidental' death leads to another and it seems that someone will stop at nothing to protect the enigma of the Tenth Chamber.

Also have a look at Glen Cooper’s other two books ‘Book of Souls’ and ‘Library of the Dead’ – fantastic reads. All three are fascinating reads for those who enjoyed Dan Brown’s “Da Vinci Code”!
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