The Tomb of the Gods (Matt Drake Book 4)
Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub
Book 4 in the Matt Drake series.
Recommended for those who love an escapist action adventure.
Praise for 'The Bones of Odin' - a UK #1 Bestseller
"Bond meets The Da Vinci Code but with higher stakes!"
"If you like Andy McDermott or Matthew Reilly, get this book."
‘Either heroes will rise to save the world or villains will end it...’
In the epic conclusion of the initial 4 part series Matt Drake races against time to prevent Odin’s horrifying doomsday device from being unleashed upon the world.
From the destruction of an LA skyscraper to a desperate battle on board a Swiss train, from a crazy car chase through Hollywood to a covert assault on a secret SAS base, Matt Drake and his team ignite a blazing trail of destruction as they chase madmen and traitors across the globe.
On a furious, action-packed battlefield, alongside soldiers ready to fight and die for their cause, Matt Drake and his entire team stand as one and charge fearlessly into the jaws of death.
count on?” Alicia let out a loud snore, as if asleep. Mai snorted. “Thought so.” CHAPTER NINE Russell Cayman knew hardship. His junkie parents had abandoned him in a ditch when he was four. They were caught and tried, but that didn’t save Cayman from being shuttled from one cruel, uncaring foster family to the next. Having never known love, he would never know how to give it or recognize it. Children of the “system” were always on the radar of the more clandestine sections of
boiling hot coffee. She had already loosened the lids and the steaming liquid flew out in a scalding stream. The men screamed, hands flying toward their faces. Hayden leapt on one man’s lap, wrestled his handgun out of its holster and spun, firing across the carriage. At the same time, making lots of noise, Dahl, Kinimaka and Komodo burst through the door, a fearsome sight on any day, and threw themselves at the mercenaries. Cayman’s men were experienced and recovered quickly. Dahl destroyed the
his flesh crawl. One of the pieces of Odin—the carving of the Spear—toppled onto the floor with a thud. The others shifted raggedly, as if testing his resolve. A quiver of fear raced the length of his spine. The pilot passed him a sat-phone. “Unexpected,” the Norseman said in surprise, “but welcome.” He quickly keyed in Cayman’s number and waited. ***** Russell Cayman, on any other mission, would long since have tried every avenue to contact his unusually absent bosses. But on this
longest any of them had relaxed with no operation looming that they could remember. Drake sat alone for a time, drinking in the ambience and watching each and every one of his colleagues in turn. Ben Blake, the rock-singing computer geek, who had started this journey with nothing, gained so much along the way and then ended it with even less than he started. Karin, his sister, who had somehow acquired a purpose and no longer wished to waste her life away. Komodo, the rough-looking Delta team
shook the building to its very core. Behind them, the elevator shaft groaned and shuddered. Hayden saw the elevator buckle out of shape. In another second, it shook and seemed to hang at a precarious angle. “No way out,” she whispered. “Yes!” Belmonte suddenly shouted. “Yes there is. There’s a freight elevator on the other side of the building.” He pointed across the expanse of the devastated room. “Across there.” He stood up, Emma cradled in his arms. Tears shone in the thief’s eyes. Hayden