First in a brand-new series featuring best-selling adventure author, Cash Cassidy, who has a knack for finding trouble...and finding real-life treasure.
When Cash is asked to complete the research of a renowned historian - a man famous for his search for the Holy Grail - she can't agree quickly enough. After all, life at her new home in Berkeley, California, has quickly become dull: too dull for a best-selling adventurer who's equally famous for her hands-on research...and for landing in hot water.
Things don't go exactly as planned from the moment the plane lands in Israel. For Cash, nothing ever does. Worse, her initial encounter with the Israeli professor goes horribly wrong; that is, until she discovers the papers he'd secretly hidden in her bag.
These aren't just any papers. They're clues to the location of the cup of Christ.
Now, with clue after mysterious clue falling into place, Cash soon finds herself on the trail to a legendary treasure... and on the run from those who will stop at nothing to beat her to it. And as civil war breaks out, it's all Cash Cassidy can do to stay alive. But staying alive is something else she's famous for.
After all, she has a book to research... and the Holy Grail to find.
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- Kindle Customer
Very informative book
The Holy Grail story. Interesting story. I listened in Audible. The narration voice wasn't the voice for this story. Poorly done. The story was good with bombs and gun fire which makes me feel I was in the middle of the fighting but the narration was not the voice for this book. It was stiff, did not flow smoothly, very monoton. Very tedious and unverying. It made this book unlife like. Too bad. I started falling asleep listening to it.