The Letterbox by Layton Green

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Blurb from Goodreads.com

What if you had the chance to uncover tangible evidence of the divine? How far would you go, what dangers would you brave, in pursuit of the greatest mystery of all?

Four companions of varying beliefs, on a journey to the forgotten corners of Europe, are about to find out.

On a desolate English moor, a team of scientists unearths a two-thousand-year-old wooden box, preserved in silver and inlaid with a map of patterned gemstones. A set of runes inscribed on the box claims the map is a pathway to God.

In an attempt to decipher the map, a wealthy New Orleans collector assembles an unlikely team: a specialist in cultural antiquities who dabbles in the occult; a jaded attorney searching for meaning; a brilliant linguist who loathes organized religion; and a Catholic historian with a reputation for acquiring pieces no one else can or will.

Shackled by secrets and hidden motives, pursued by a sinister religious order, driven by an insatiable desire for answers, the four companions trek across Europe as they search for a connection among the ancient sites revealed by the map. As the hunt for truth takes them deeper into the unknown, their lives and perhaps their souls in peril, they must determine whether the letterbox is part of an elaborate, centuries-old deception–or the answer to mankind’s ultimate questions.


My Review

After a long time away from the blog due to personal reasons my favourite author sends me a new book of his, a stand alone and after reading it I feel like getting the blog back up and running again. Time constrains are still here but it is an enjoyable pastime. So here goes.

The Letterbox by Layton Green.
Some unusual characters are united to find the meaning of The Letterbox, they are from different backgrounds but all have something in common, they want to know what it is. They travel to various different locations around the world and the author has done a great job in the descriptions and making the reader believe they are there, with all the mystery ans suspense that goes with it. It is fast paced, well thought out and well written. Looking forward to more by Layton as always. 5stars


laytongreenphotoAbout the author

Layton is a mystery/suspense/thriller writer and the author of the bestselling Dominic Grey series, as well as other works of fiction. His novels have cracked the Amazon Top 50 in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany, and have topped numerous genre lists.

In addition to writing, Layton attended law school in New Orleans and was a practicing attorney for the better part of a decade. He has also been an intern for the United Nations, an ESL teacher in Central America, a bartender in London, a seller of cheap knives on the streets of Brixton, a door to door phone book deliverer in Florida, and the list goes downhill from there.

He has traveled to more than fifty countries, lived in a number of them, and has a burning desire to see every country, city, beach, moor, castle, cemetery, twisted street and far flung dot on the map. Religion and philosophy, as well as all things mysterious and supernatural, are a lifelong interest.


http://www.laytongreen.com

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4528097.Layton_Green

https://www.facebook.com/laytongreenbooks

Other books from Layton I have reviewed
The Summoner

The Shadow Cartel

The Egyptian

The Diabolist

The Metaxy Project


Book information
Kindle Edition, 363 pages
Published September 2nd 2016
ASIN B01LHMCTSA
Edition Language English
Other Editions None found

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