Axis Mundi

Axis Mundi
Author : David Warren Saxe
Publisher : iUniverse
Total Pages : 320
Release : 2004-10-01
ISBN 10 : 9780595319152
ISBN 13 : 0595319157
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Axis Mundi Book Description:

Heroes born in the crucible of hate Duty and honor came easily to FBI agent Spaulding Cooper. As the last surviving witness of Hitler's diabolical plan to subjugate the world, he cannot bury the memory of WWII's most startling mystery: the Axis Mundi. Now, sixty years later, he is confronted by forces determined to unleash the mysterious powers of the Axis Mundi. The aging Cooper must stop them before it is too late.Based on original sources, Axis Mundi delivers a provocative spin on Heinrich Himmler's disastrous attempt to prove the racial theories of National Socialism with archeological evidence.Shining light on the dark pages of history, this sophisticated thriller with a modern twist, probes the depths of human courage as the heroes of Axis Mundi undertake humanity's noblest quest.

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