The Overseer

The Overseer

A Novel

Book - 1998
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The international thriller for the turn of the millennium: an intelligent, nail-biting, full-throttle chase that will make this the Summer of Eisenreich all over the world.

Eisenreich. It's long been rumored in academic circles that this 16th-century Swiss monk went Machiavelli one better, writing a masterplan for world domination so explosive, so dangerous, the pope had him killed to suppress it -- but "On Supremacy" somehow survived. A few believe Hitler had a copy. The search for the manuscript is a holy grail for some, a wild goose chase for most. But when a bullet-riddled young gift shows up in Montana, and "Eisenreich" is her dying word, it becomes all too clear that not only is the document real, someone is using it.

Government agent Sarah Trent is called in and given just enough information to start digging. Her search takes her to Columbia University and a brilliant young political theorist named Xander Jaspers. Even before they understand the urgency of the situation, the Overseer's cabal begins its campaign of terror. Air traffic control screens suddenly go blank. Bombs explode at the National Gallery. The grain market teeters on the verge of collapse. Sarah and Xander realize that the only way to prevent the impending global chaos is to find the manuscript, and one violent encounter on the streets of New York proves that the Overseer intends to stop them. The race is on, from the United States to the major cities of Europe and back again, with

Publisher: New York : Crown, 1998.
ISBN: 9780375402654
0375402659
Characteristics: 358, xxxv p. ;,24 cm.

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Mar 15, 2011

I found it a bit difficult to read, too cerebral at times

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