Vaults of Power

Vaults of Power One independent woman Robyn Gabriel a young historian turned treasure hunter with a taste for one night stands and a strained relationship with her twin Two duty driven men A senior executive of the

  • Title: Vaults of Power
  • Author: Diane Echer
  • ISBN: 9780984817108
  • Page: 124
  • Format: ebook
  • One independent woman Robyn Gabriel, a young historian turned treasure hunter with a taste for one night stands and a strained relationship with her twin Two duty driven men A senior executive of the Federal Reserve, and a Chinese triad member.Six days for an impossible ransom.When her twin is kidnapped in Southern France, Robyn Gabriel has six days to steal the preciouOne independent woman Robyn Gabriel, a young historian turned treasure hunter with a taste for one night stands and a strained relationship with her twin Two duty driven men A senior executive of the Federal Reserve, and a Chinese triad member.Six days for an impossible ransom.When her twin is kidnapped in Southern France, Robyn Gabriel has six days to steal the precious Voynich manuscript from a bunker like library at Yale University and break its code a feat no cryptologist, linguist, scientist or software engineer has ever been able to accomplish The Federal Reserve can t allow that Now, they want her dead Caught between kidnappers and killers, from Florida to Austria, from France to New York, Robyn, shattered by the revelation of the origin of her own family, lifts each layer of a hundred year old conspiracy involving the Jesuits, the Federal Reserve, China and the sinking of the Titanic, and discovers the terrible pact that ensured the United States financial supremacy.

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    1. Ally

      (Review by Lisa Metlak for Word Vagabond)Thirteen years after their parents’ death, Robyn Gabriel finds herself rushing to her sister’s side in a hospital in the same city where their parents died. She picks up where her sister left off – investigating the mystery left to them by their parents. Unfortunately, she is not the only one who wants to find the answer to the mysterious book she found in her parents’ bank vault. Pursued and endangered by organizations for both good and evil, Rob [...]

    2. Kathleen Kelly

      Vaults of Power by Diane Echer is a turning twisting thriller that keeps the reader wanting more with each page. Robyn Gabriel's twin sister has turned up missing while on a trip to France to investigate a letter left to the girls by their deceased father. Robyn is on a dangerous mission to find her sister, which takes her to France, Austria, Florida and New York. She is on a near impossible journey to uncover the missing pages to the Voynich Manuscript that will give her clues to aid her in the [...]

    3. Donna

      I had an extremely difficult time with this book. It started off very slowly and but did get much better after the first 100 pages or so. I think, perhaps, my problem with the book is not the fault of the author. I did not like the main character. Robyn Gabriel is a headstrong individual. She possesses many characteristics I admire, however, I could not relate to, or feel any sense of kinship with her. The book is full of complicated twists and turns that may thrill lovers of action adventure st [...]

    4. Carrie Rundhaug

      I really enjoyed reading Echer's debut novel. It was definitely a fun and relative fast read.The characters were well-developed. I really liked Robyn. She was a strong and clever character. Even though she is estranged from her sister she is willing to drop everything and run to her aid. Another strong main character was Jame McIntyre. He was a wonderful compelling villian. Echer provided us with so many great detals of him. I started to understand his point. I mean he was only doing his jobIn t [...]

    5. Stacey Donaldson

      The story itself is awesome, not at all predictable (which I loved), and it is very obvious that Diane Echer did her homework. I love it when I can tell that the author did extensive research and put it to good use. Vaults of Power is a labyrinth, the reader has no choice but to find his/her way through to the very last sentence.

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