The Doomsday Testament Jamie Saintclaire #1 PDF ✓

The Doomsday Testament Jamie Saintclaire #1 1937 Hitler sent an expedition to Tibet in search of the lost land of Thule1941 Heinrich Himmler spent a huge fortune and sacrificed the lives of hundreds of concentration camp prisoners to turn Wewelsburg Castle in Germany into a shrine to the SSArt recovery expert Jamie Saintclair thought he knew his grandfather but when he stumbles upon the old man's lost diary he's astonished to find that the gentle Anglican clergyman was a decorated hero who had served in the Special Air Service in World War Two And his grandfather has one surprise for him Sewn in to the endpaper of the journal is a strange piece of Nazi symbolismThis simple discovery will launch him on a breathless chase across Europe and deep into Germany's dark past There are some who will kill to find that which is lost and although he doesn't know it Saintclair holds the key to its hiding place

10 thoughts on “The Doomsday Testament Jamie Saintclaire #1

  1. says:

    Indiana Jones? Perhaps to a degree If you combined it with elements from Kelly's Heroes Lovejoy Saving Private Ryan Schindler's List and many other thingsIn essence I read few thrillers these days Once upon a time I read a lot of them along with whodunnits but I reached a point where I found that the stories were all blending into one and I co

  2. says:

    After reading the sample of this book I had high expectations Sorting through the contents of his grandfather's house after the old man dies in a fall down the stairs Jamie finds his WWII journal in a box of medals This sends Jamie on a search for the hero he never knew or even suspected through the journal entries that switch the action from today

  3. says:

    First book in the 'Jamie Saintclaire' Indiana Jones type series OK ish thriller but a tad predictable James Douglas is a pseudonym used by historical fiction author Douglas Jackson so the book is well written Jackson's Rome books are far superior but I'll give the second book in the series 'The Isis Covenant' a go

  4. says:

    Easy to read predictable plot just an 'Indiana Jones' style adeventure storyI suppose you could read in the morals of the victors of warfare if you want but hey why complicate things?

  5. says:

    Meh A tad too much like Indiana Jones but without the humour or Harrison Ford

  6. says:

    An expedition into the Himalayas as part of the Nazi search for their Aryan roots leads to the discovery of a tremendous secret The wartime journal of an old man found dead by his grandson opens doors to a dangerous hunt Lost artworks underground bunkers the mummified corpses of slave workers mad Nazis and even madder government agents this is Indiana Jones without th

  7. says:

    I hadn't thought that I would be rating this book at 5 stars when I first started the read However in my opinion it just got better and better I very much enjoyed itNo spoilers here just let's say my first suspicions eventually proved partially correct and the author managed to keep me in suspense for the length of the bookJames Douglas is the pen name of Douglas Jackson a

  8. says:

    Non Stop ActionFast paced thriller about the search for a lost treasure from WW II that starts when our hero discovers a war time journal in his recently deceased grandfather's papers It doesn't stop flinging us from one deadly encounter to another across Europe and Asia until the final satisfying ending A great mix of history and fiction Well worth the read

  9. says:

    I thought it was long and drawn out and ultimately annoyed me with the way the plot moved along The love interest was clumsily shoehorned in which I found ruined it a bit as alarm bells rang instantly

  10. says:

    A bi far fetched but well worth reading for the historical content

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