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    Exciting Conclusion of a Brilliant Trilogy

    In The Angel of Eden, D.J. McIntosh gives us the exciting conclusion to the Mesopotamian trilogy that began with the highly acclaimed Witch of Babylon where we were first introduced to enigmatic antiquities dealer, John Madison. In this third adventure Madison is hired by a famous but devious magician to find the brilliant protégé who disappeared decades earlier taking with him a rare manuscript about the magic of angels. Pursued by those determined to stop him Madison’s quest takes him and his team back to the dangers of Iran where he must find one of that country’s most deeply held secrets—the Garden of Eden. There he also hopes to discover the dark truth about his own history. McIntosh has always had the ability to walk us through weird and exotic locations with such clarity we feel we too have experienced the sights, smells, and dangers of these places. In this third outing, McIntosh has fine-tuned the skillful manner in which she blends historical fact with fiction until it’s impossible to tell where one leaves off and the other takes over. We come away feeling that we’ve accompanied Madison through the terror that eventually leads to Eden and the answers he’s long sought about his own origins. This much anticipated final piece of the trilogy leaves me hoping this trilogy will turn into a series.
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    Great conclusion to the series of 3

    Amazing conclusion to this series. Great twists and turns in the plot, some expected, some not expected at all. As usual the historical tie-ins are well done, the main character is so believable, and the mystical events are a nice touch to complete the story of his life. Even though it's the end of the series, I would love to read more books with these characters. Great series, great conclusion.

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