Sunday, June 19, 2011

BEST SELLER! THE JEFFERSON KEY: PREVIEW AND GIVEAWAY

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THE JEFFERSON KEY
BY STEVE BERRY

ABOUT THE BOOK:
Four United States presidents have been assassinated—in 1865, 1881, 1901, and 1963—each murder seemingly unrelated and separated by time.

But what if those presidents were all killed for the same reason: a clause in the United States Constitution—contained within Article 1, Section 8—that would shock Americans?

This question is what faces former Justice Department operative Cotton Malone in his latest adventure.  When a bold assassination attempt is made against President Danny Daniels in the heart of Manhattan, Malone risks his life to foil the killing—only to find himself at dangerous odds with the Commonwealth, a secret society of pirates first assembled during the American Revolution. In their most perilous exploit yet, Malone and Cassiopeia Vitt race across the nation and take to the high seas. Along the way they break a secret cipher originally possessed by Thomas Jefferson, unravel a mystery concocted by Andrew Jackson, and unearth a centuries-old document forged by the Founding Fathers themselves, one powerful enough—thanks to that clause in the Constitution—to make the Commonwealth unstoppable.

READ AN EXCERPT:
ONE

NEW YORK CITY
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, THE PRESENT
6:13 pm

One mistake was not enough for Cotton Malone.

He made two.

Error number one was being on the fifteenth floor of the Grand Hyatt hotel. The request had come from his old boss Stephanie Nelle, through an email sent two days ago. She needed to see him, in New York, on Saturday. Apparently, the subject matter was something they could discuss only in person. And apparently, it was important. He'd tried to call anyway, phoning Magellan Billet headquarters in Atlanta, but was told by her assistant, "She's been out of the office for six days now on DNC."

He knew better than to ask where.

DNC. Do Not Contact.

That meant don't call me, I'll call you.

He'd been there before himself the agent in the field, deciding when best to report in. That status, though, was a bit unusual for the head of the Magellan Billet. Stephanie was responsible for all twelve of the department's covert operatives. Her task was to supervise. For her to be DNC meant that something extraordinary had attracted her attention.
TO FINISH READING THIS EXCITING EXCERPT FROM THE JEFFERSON KEY, GO HERE

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Steve Berry is the New York Times bestselling author of The Balkan Escape, The Paris Vendetta, The Charlemagne Pursuit, The Venetian Betrayal, The Alexandria Link, The Templar Legacy, The Third Secret, The Romanov Prophecy, and The Amber Room. His books have been translated into 37 languages and sold in 50 countries. 

He lives in the historic city of St. Augustine, Florida and is at work on his next novel. He and his wife, Elizabeth, have founded History Matters, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving our heritage.  To learn more about Steve and the foundation, visit www.steveberry.org. Photo © Kelly Campbell

PRAISE FOR THE JEFFERSON KEY:
“One of the most spellbinding and ingenious openings in all of thrillerdom. The cast of characters is huge but every one of them is memorable. The action is intense and masterfully choreographed. As always with Steve Berry, you’re educated about significant things while your knuckles are turning white and the pages are flying. Easily Cotton Malone’s most epic, swashbuckling adventure.” —David Baldacci

"The Constitution. . . secret codes . . . loads of history. . . AND pirates! What else does anyone need? The Jefferson Key won't just haunt your nights--it'll haunt your life. Cotton Malone is coming back to the scariest place of all: Home."
—Brad Meltzer

"THE JEFFERSON KEY starts with a bang and holds the reader in its grip until the last page. Fascinating American history, up-to-the-minute politics, pulse-pounding action. This is a story Mitch Rapp would love." 
—Vince Flynn

MY REVIEW AND NOTICE:
I wanted to get Steve Berry's Best Seller THE JEFFERSON KEY  Giveaway up in time for Father's Day so have not finished reading the book in order to review it as yet. I WILL post a review very soon so watch for it. NOTE: I can tell you this is a super book as are all of Steve Berry's books, especially the Cotton Malone books that are favorites of mine. You still have time before the day ends to get Dad a copy, so rush out and get THE JEFFERSON KEY  if you are looking for a great gift for Dad!

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Tea said...

I find it fascinating that Steve Berry lives St. Augustine, Fla. I've been to different places in Florida but not St. Augustine. My mother was born in St. Augustine, Florida. That's what made me say OMG.

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It sounds like a good thriller, in the same theme as National Treasure. It has a very interesting plotline, it should be a good book.
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I would like to say THE AMBER ROOM by Steve Berry is one of my favorite books. While reading the book, I wanted to beg, steal or borrow to get to Russia. Steve Berry is a poweful author.

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I learned he got 85 rejections for 5 different manuscripts. That would be really hard to do.
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A very different concept for a story; would love to find out all about it.

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Kaye said...

Secret codes? What popped into my head is "excitement". I love these kinds of stories. Actually, I've read every Berry book except this one. I WANT IT! Ha ha

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Geez, for some reason I thought Steve Berry lived in GA - he lives in St Augustine! How come he's never invited us over for tea and cookies, Bingo?

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lag123 said...

I don't think I have ever read any of Steve's books. I shall definitely have to do so now. I love thrillers of this nature. I always wonder "What if this were really possible?"

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I learned that his books have been translated into 40 languages.

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This sounds like an exciting conspiracy theory plot with a new twist. The excerpt really reels you in!
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Carol N Wong said...

I have never read any of Steve Berry's books. I have wanted to but never won any the contests. The story line sounds very interesting because it involves the assasinated presidents. Always love great thrillers.

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Knowing that he lives in St. Augustine, Florida, I would be very please if he wrote a book involving the Castillo de San Marco. That is a very remarkable place to visit and important to U.S. history.

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clenna said...

I thought of the movie National Treasure - what an adventure. I also like the idea of learning about history in a unique way.

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Steve and his wife Elizabeth have also started a foundation, History Matters, dedicated to aiding the preservation of our heritage.

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mamabunny13 said...

What I like about is it doesn't sound to aweful "politicky" *giggles* I just made up a new word! (I warned you before that I get silly sometimes) Okay seriously. I think it sounds very exciting and I can't wait to read it.
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Becky said...

I love early American history. I loved Berry's The Amber Room. I definitely want to read this one.

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Karen B said...

With high praises from Flynn, Baldacci and Meltzer - makes it a must read for me!
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Steve utilizes around 200-300 sources for each novel. WOW!

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Connie said...

Hi! I am so psyched about this book. I really want to read this one really bad! Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! :)

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You can get free bookplates from his website which is super cool. I requested some for the books I do have by him. :)

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Linda Kish said...

He does write guy type stories but that's okay I like them anyway. Sometimes you can't read chick lit.

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Steve is a thriller junkie in his reading.

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Sounds like a great historical type thriller.
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Tore said...

This book sounds very intriguing and good. A good mystery. Please enter me in contest. I would love to read this book. Tore923@aol.com

mary fallon said...

Who is not interested in presidential assassinations in real life? a story about that would be cool to read...

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I love political thrillers. Thanks for the giveaway.

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This story is part fiction and part conspiracy theory - very interesting.

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This is another Cotton Malone book and I really like this character

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I found it interesting in how he supports historical things with a foundation

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Sue Farrell said...

My initial reation was--conspiracy theory, DaVinci Code---I think I'd like this book.
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I just finished reading Berry's The Emperor's Tomb, and I NEED some more Cotton Malone!

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Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, and the Founding Fathers this book sounds very exciting

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Carole Spring said...

I love reading about codes hidden within our national landmarks and historical papers. This book sounds like an exciting thriller in the genre of National Treasure and The DaVinci Code. I have read other books written by Steve Berry and have enjoyed them.
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~Enamored Soul~ said...

Mysteries and thrillers are always on top of my TBR list - and this one adds another exciting twist to it all. A political thrilling encompassing some history as well. How exciting! I think this novel would make a riveting read, and I'd love for a chance to win/read this book! :D

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I'm a HUGE Steve Berry fan! I just finished reading "The Charlemagne Pursuit" written by him, and I absolutely love his website! :D

I love that he has a promotion/contest/event going on currently, where a reader can be a champion for his/her town - and the historical sites in your town will be provided money for repair/restoration. Steve Berry is partnering with the History Matters team for this venture, and I believe it is an absolutely FANTASTIC idea! :)

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A connection to all the Presidents assasinations. Sounds intriguing
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I think this is going to be one more fantastic book from Steve Berry. He's my all time favorite author & I can't wait to read this new book.
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LAMusing said...

Brad Meltzers review quote had me excited to read this! Pirates!! Whoo Hoo!
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Misusedinnocence said...

This sounds interesting! I love the idea of there being a band of pirates working together to take down presidents. Implausible but fascinating!

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This book looks like it would be a real thriller and keep your interest. I'd love to read it.
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I thought that I have to read this book with secrets and even pirates.

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