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Thomas Dunne Books
St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 9781429962551384 Pages
A nine-thousand-year-old conspiracy. Three families. One secret. The epic race to uncover history's greatest mystery has begun.
Beneath the sparkling blue water of a remote Pacific atoll, a merciless killer stalks an underwater archaeological dig. His goal: to bring his employer---billionaire industrialist Holden Ironwood---an impossible artifact that proves a lost civilization's knowledge of astronomy was thousands of years ahead of its time.
At the same time, in the Armed Forces DNA Identification Lab in Maryland, haunted young researcher David Weir risks his freedom to identify a handful of people with nothing in common except their nonhuman genes---genes that he shares.
While in the Arctic tundra, a deadly airborne assault on a pipeline crew propels young paleogeologist Jessica MacClary into the innermost circles of her staggeringly wealthy and powerful family as she learns the astonishing secret her ancestors have defended since the beginnings of recorded history.
Now these three strangers on their separate quests to unlock their pasts are unexpectedly driven into violent collision, only to discover that together they hold the key to answering the ultimate question of humanity's origins---provided the U.S. Air Force doesn't stop them first. . . .
Acclaimed New York Times bestselling novelists Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens once again bring their unique blend of relentless suspense and cutting-edge science to a page-turning story of adventure that spans the globe and millennia of human history, racing from long-buried ruins in Cornwall and the casinos of Atlantic City to the forgotten caves that protect a shocking revelation that will tear the veil off the true history of humankind.
With a mystery more profound than Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code, and scientific speculation more provocative than Michael Crichton's Next, Search is an adrenaline-fueled, action-packed thriller that goes beyond wild theories of ancient astronauts and sunken empires to suggest a startling new vision of the birth of human civilization.
"Is that human?"
David Weir was dying, and the reason was on his computer, even though he didn't understand it. His finger moved reflexively to strike the key that would blank the screen, but he stopped himself. Too late.