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The Forgotten Holocaust (Ben Hope, Book 10) By Scott Mariani

The Forgotten Holocaust (Ben Hope, Book 10)
by Scott Mariani

THE BREATHTAKING NEW ADVENTURE STARRING BEN HOPE
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THE BREATHTAKING NEW ADVENTURE STARRING BEN HOPE A BRUTAL MURDER. A HORRIFYING SECRET. ONLY BEN CAN EXPOSE THE TRUTH. A lost, aimless and hard-drinking Ben Hope has wandered back to his old haunt in Ireland. The ex-SAS soldier is searching for peace, but trouble soon appears when Kirsten Hall, a young journalist, is brutally murdered right in front of him. Unable to prevent it, Ben is driven by guilt to hunt down the killers. All he has to go on is a handful of clues from Kirsten's research - but how can the journals of Lady Stamford, the wife of an English lord during the time of the Irish Great Famine, have put Kirsten in mortal danger? Ben's quest for the truth leads him across the world and finally to Oklahoma, USA, where a deadly secret awaits. What connects the journals, a wealthy American politician and an intrigue surrounding the Irish famine? What Ben uncovers is a shocking historical conspiracy linked to the deaths of some two million people: a veritable holocaust that time has all but forgotten. Those who are still profiting from the lies and corruption of the time, and who are ready to kill anyone to protect their secret, are about to pay... BEN HOPE is one of the most celebrated action adventure heroes in British fiction and Scott Mariani is the author of numerous bestsellers. Join the ever-growing legion of readers who get breathless with anticipation when the countdown to the new Ben Hope thriller begins...

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Sku
GOR006400296
Title
The Forgotten Holocaust (Ben Hope, Book 10)
Author
Condition
Very Good
Binding type
Paperback
Publisher
HarperCollins Publishers
Year published
Number of pages
432
ISBN 10
0007486170
ISBN 13
9780007486175
Prizes
N/A
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