Book Reviews of The Crimson Code

The Crimson Code
The Crimson Code
Author: Rachel Lee
ISBN-13: 9780778322719
ISBN-10: 0778322718
Publication Date: 2/1/2006
Pages: 480
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 35 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
Wow! This book grabs one on the first page..the second and third. Bombs going off all over the world and only a small group of special agents can find out why, who and then where it all ends. Very gripping. Excellent read.
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Tried to read the first two chapters. Just couldn't get into it. It sounds like a great book though. Hopefully someone will enjoy it.
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I found it was an enjoyable read and you could follow the current story without reading the earlier ones (though there are alot of references/inferences to earlier books in the series).
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Inside the covert agency known only as office 119, agents Rentate Bachle and Lawton Caine are called upon to identify the groups responsible for the bloodshed. But the so-called "Black Christmas" attachks are nothing more than a smoke screen for a far more sinister conspiracy. At its heart are ruthless secret societies with blood ties that date back thousands of years, whose goals are nothing less than global domination. Renate and Lawton are only beginning to fathom how far the darkness extends. With the U.S. president set to deploy nuclear weapons against the wrong targets and religious violence erupting across Europe, they must untangle the interwoven plots before time runs out and Armageddon becomes a terrifying reality.

Good book.
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As a group of terrorists launches 'Black Christmas' attacks throughout the world, operatives Renate Bachle and Lawton Caine must find and stop the group responsible, a deadly assignment that plunges them into conspiracy involving a ruthless secret society bent on global domination
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December 25: A Bomb rips through a packed Cathedral in Jakarta.

As the hours pass, terriots explosions continue around the globe, triggering worldwide panic and creating aq nightmare beyond words...

Covert Agency known only as Office 119 is called upon to identify the groups responsible for the bloodshed. But the so-called "Black Christmas" is nothing more than a smoke screen for a far more sinister conspiracy. At its heart are ruthless secret societies with blood ties that date back thousands of years, whose goals are nothing less than global domination.

Agents Renate and Lawton are only beginning to fathom how far the darkness extends. The U.S. President set to deploy nuclear weapons against the wrong targets and religious violence erupting across Europee, they must untangle the plots before time runs out and Armageddon becomes a terrifying reality.