Jeremiah's Codes

Jeremiah's Codes

By (author) Paul Gilmour

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In a time when climate change, terrorist attacks and corrupt government officials spearhead every newspaper worldwide a devastating secret of cataclysmic proportions is uncovered, one signalling the end of life on Earth. Behind it, a clandestine organisation pursuing world supremacy by the worst means possible lurks in the corridors of every government headquarters. The September 11 attacks, Roswell, the atomic bomb are all but links in their master plan towards the ultimate New World Order, a conspiracy theory until now.

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  • Paperback | 458 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 24mm | 608g
  • 01 Apr 2014
  • Bookpal
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 174284457X
  • 9781742844572
  • 229,819

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In a time when climate change, terrorist attacks and corrupt government officials spearhead every newspaper worldwide a devastating secret of cataclysmic proportions is uncovered, one signalling the end of life on Earth. Behind it, a clandestine organisation pursuing world supremacy by the worst means possible lurks in the corridors of every government headquarters. The September 11 attacks, Roswell, the atomic bomb are all but links in their master plan towards their ultimate New World Order, a conspiracy theory until now. Thirteen secret codes are all they need but it is the Thirteenth they most desperately hunt. Only one man stands to take them head on. Dark and mysterious, he is plagued by his own past impatiently lingering to destroy him and all the while, he searches for that one thing he desires most�????�???�??�?�¢�???�??�?�¢?�???�??�?�¬�????�???�??�?�¦ love. Jon Bennett, sacked and disgraced from the CIA leads an action packed charge towards unravelling the truth leading all the way back to the foundations of humanity�????�???�??�?�¢�???�??�?�¢?�???�??�?�¬�????�???�??�?�¦show more
by Paul Gilmour