As they edged ever closer to Hitler they encountered some of the most fascinating people of the twentieth century, including Hermann Gring, Joseph Goebbels, Dr. Josef Mengele, Claus von Stauff enberg, and Hitlers filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl. Along the way they would meet the king of the Roma and befriend numerous innocent Germans caught up in this the last Great War.
They eventually succeed in changing the course of history, but not without great cost. This book also explains why the Russians continued to attempt to authenticate the remains of Hitler well into the 1970s, never believing that he died in the Fhrerbunker.
In Israel, Mossad director Meir Snir has taken notice. He questions why the Vatican would appoint an alcoholic research nerd to team with five Vatican cardinals and the Pope himself, on any project. Snir, who has a sixth sense for intrigue, wonders if this development could have long-reaching implications. He dispatches the clever and beautiful Myra Cohen to keep an eye on McPherson.
During McPhersons quest to solve this biblical yet timely puzzle, he encounters an ancient and secret brotherhood that has vowed to seek revenge for past atrocities and destroy the Catholic Church. The dangerous trail leads through England, Kentucky Bluegrass country, Washington DC, and Amsterdam in search of a mysterious genius who may have unraveled the secret of eternal life. On his journey, McPherson learns the innermost secrets of the Vatican as well as how to resurrect his own life.
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