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The Logos - by - Mark Tolley

Following the brutal murder of his brother along with a number of other high powered Freemasons, Adam Lamech, an expert in Archaeoastronomy is drawn into a sinister world he never knew existed. A world of Freemasons and Magi; a world of corruption and deceit; of ancient stone monuments and astronomy; a world of violence, abduction and murder.

Adam has just six days to find an ancient artefact that the Freemasons and the Church have been seeking for over two centuries. The artefact holds the key to the true story of the rise of mankind, his origins and his God.

With the assistance of Jennifer Lomas, a technology expert from QinetiQ, their search takes them from India to Jerusalem, Germany to London and finally to Bath. A city designed and built by Freemasons who encoded the final resting-place of the object in the very fabric of the City.

Can they find what they are looking for before the world they know is torn from around them? A world that has been built upon a myth created by man. A myth that some want to preserve and others want to destroy.

The object they are searching for - the Logos - is a real artefact made over three thousand years ago. Now after millennium of hiding the truth behind Freemasonry, religion and the true history of the rise of man, this book tells that thrilling and often chilling story.

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"Masons, conspiracies, The Bildeburg group, ancient astronomy, maths, fast cars, murder… It's a potent brew, and one that you dish up with considerable panache."


"The Scenes in Cologne Cathedral Rock!"


"The way you entwine all those facts with your fiction and all those myths with reality is most impressive. It becomes near impossible to fathom where the real world ends and your imagination begins, and that's seductive and fascinating"

Sam Jordison

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