The Golden Crystal

Nick Thacker

The Golden Crystal by Nick Thacker
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fiction Fantasy, Suspense
For readers of:James Rollins, Dan Brown, James Patterson, Douglas Preston, Lincoln Child
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Print Length422
ISBN978-1490353135
PublisherTurtleshell Press
Publication DateJuly 2013
LanguageEnglish
About the Book

In 1791, two men began planning the layout for the nation's capital city. One is shunned and resigns in disgrace, and the other is all but forgotten. Years later, an original copy of the plans long thought to have been destroyed is found, with hastily marked notations by Thomas Jefferson and George Washington.

During the second World War, American military scientists discover some fascinating properties of the hydrogen atom and its link to an ancient mystical number. The exact findings are never published, but a national laboratory is built in 1943 to further their research in covert silence. America is told it is a defense project, code-named The Manhattan Project.

An ego-maniacal entrepreneur and his company, Vilocorp, will stop at nothing to build the perfect human specimen. His firm's research has been getting closer every day, but they seem to have uncovered a horrific, ancient secret that has been locked away for thousands of years.

Now, it's up to two men to understand the mystery surrounding the events and ancient symbolism before Vilocorp unleashes a hellish fury upon the earth; one that hasn t been seen for ages... --From the back cover...

About the Author

Nick Thacker is an author of fiction (thrillers, action/adventure, etc.) novels and nonfiction books. His first novel, The Golden Crystal, was published in 2013 by Turtleshell Press, and his second, The Depths, was published in 2014.

He lives in a cabin on a mountain in Colorado with his wife, three dogs, a tortoise, and a new baby and enjoys skiing, brewing beer, golfing, and of course, writing. Read more about Nick (and learn about the writing and self-publishing world) at his blog, www.writehacked.com. Find out more about his upcoming works at www.nickthacker.com.