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Graveyard of Empires: The exciting new Ben Hope thriller from the Sunday Times best selling author (Ben Hope, Book 26)

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The second half of the book leaves you hanging at the end of each chapter to find out what happens next and this makes the book unputdownable. At his home and Tactical Training Center in Le Val in Normandy, Ben is with his business partner Jeff Dekker, who is unwell while his third partner Tuesday Fletcher is visiting his family in Jamaica.

I have been an ardent follower of the Ben Hope series and all of the plots are concoctions of action, conspiracy theories, and historical mysteries. It was a welcome change to have a story relying less on the myths, historical content but more so, current events.

We also share information about your use of our site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners. I was initially sceptical and worried this may turn into another ‘Star of Africa’ or ‘Devil’s Kingdom’ which I have enjoyed the least in the series.

Ben Hope has made a name for himself over the last number of years, proving to be a dedicated hero to those who need him, while also a keen teacher so that others can defend themselves. When Hope is visited by a former SAS superior soon thereafter, he discovers that he is being put back into action, though without the commanding rank.While trying to acclimate in-country, Hope and his comrades begin their mission, soon locating Madison and learning of her own mission in the country, which includes trying to save a number of items from Alexander the Great.

I love seeing old secondary characters resurface in Ben's life and we see them team up for more adventures. Plot twists and historical moments keep the reader entertained and have them wondering what is to come, without feeling as though things are too predictable throughout the experience. I think that this book really shows that character development that Ben has gone through throughout this series, he’s far more measured than he would have been if this had been towards the start of the series. An ancient lost city founded by Alexander the Great and rediscovered by Madison’s archaeologist father.The 26th edition in the former SAS Major Ben Hope series by Scott Mariani is yet another explosive, high-octane thriller and one of the best so far in this series.

Before Ben can decide whether or not to go and rescue Madison, He's persuaded by the Secret Service to join a small team of soldiers going to Afghanistan to liberate a British Royal Prince. When I started this 26th book in Ben Hope series, I felt that the author should conclude this series and give our beloved protagonist some happy ending, which he deserves for long. Scott Mariani intertwined history in his books in such a skilful manner, keeping it as realistic as possible without it turning into the fantasy genre as it often happens with way too daring subjects (e.They may be used by those companies to build a profile of your interests and show you relevant adverts on other sites. The mission will take Ben back to a place he thought was firmly in his past, back to someone he can never leave behind – and back to some old comrades. While this is beneficial for new storylines, reusing old characters and adding more plotlines to their story builds on them and adds new layers and plotlines to the whole world of the books.

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