Friday, November 11, 2016

Spotllight on The Apocalypse Fire by Dominic Selwood

Publisher: Canelo
Pub. Date: October 31st, 2016
Pages: 408


Archaeologist and former spy Ava Curzon’s world is transformed after the violent theft of the Turin Shroud pits her in a desperate struggle against a fanatical apocalyptic Russian cult. The trail leads her and her team around the globe - from London to the Vatican, Paris, and Jerusalem. They’re quickly plunged into a chaotic whirlwind of Christian extremism and biblical manuscripts in a desperate bid to unravel the mysteries of an ancient icon belonging to the shadowy Order of Malta.

However, time is running out, as military violence breaks out across the Middle East. Ava finds herself pulled into a terrifying climax amid mountaintop ruins where once medieval Christian fundamentalists burned themselves alive. It’s more than just her life at stake – the safety of the world hangs in the balance.

Expertly paced and filled with explosive action, The Apocalypse Fire is the follow up to Dominic Selwood’s The Sword of Moses, which sold over 65,000 copies.

Praise for The Sword of Moses

"Rollercoaster crypto-thriller… A ride that thrills and educates… Move over Lara Croft!" - Daily Express 

"The plot moves so quickly the reader is at times left gasping for breath … combines the daring and resolve of the Hollywood archaeologist with the razor-sharp mental agility of a Conan Doyle super sleuth" - Oxford Times

Buy the Book

**The Apocalypse Fire by Dominic Selwood is out now from Canelo, priced £1.99 at Amazon UK! **

About the Author

Dominic Selwood is passionate about everything historical, and writes on history for the Daily
Telegraph, as well as contributing to the Spectator and other national and international magazines. He is an elected Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, a former criminal barrister, and has lived in Europe and the Middle East. He now lives in London with his wife and two children.

Find out more about Dominic on his website, and connect with him on Twitter.

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