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THE LOST THRONE

Carved into the towering cliffs of central Greece, the Metéora
monasteries are all but inaccessible. Holy Trinity is the
most isolated, its sacred brotherhood the guardians of
a secret that has been protected for centuries.

In the dead of night, the holy retreat is attacked by an
elite group of warriors carrying ancient weapons. One by
one, they hurl the silent monks from the cliff-top to the rocks
below
the holy men taking their secret to their graves….

Halfway across Europe, Richard Byrd fears for his life. He
has uncovered the location of a magnificent treasure. But
there are those who are dedicated to protecting it,
and they will stop at nothing to prevent its discovery.

Hoping to save himself, Byrd contacts two colleagues,
Jonathon Payne and David Jones, and begs for their help.
The duo rushes to his aid and quickly find themselves caught
in an adventure that will change their lives forever.


To read an excerpt:
Chapter One

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Reviews


Vince Flynn, #1 national bestselling author—
“THE LOST THRONE is one hell of a thrill ride, mixing the intensity of 
300 and the adventure of Raiders of the Lost Ark. Not to be missed!”


Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author—
“THE LOST THRONE is a reader's delight from beginning to end. Tautly written, expertly told, smart and exhilarating.”


Jay MacDonald, The News-Press (Fort Myers, FL)—
“Though he’s not a household name like Dan Brown or Tom Clancy yet, Kuzneski has been touted as the genre's next big thing by the likes of Clive Cussler, James Patterson, and Nelson DeMille.”


David Morrell, New York Times bestselling author—
“A gripping, fantastic read that guarantees chills, laughs, and pulse-pounding action!”


Colette Bancroft, St. Petersburg Times (Florida)—
“THE LOST THRONE takes readers on a globetrotting hunt. . . Blood is shed, secrets are revealed, conspiracies are checked, and a fine time is had by all.”


Jon Land, national bestselling author—
“Chris Kuzneski's THE LOST THRONE is a lightning-paced tale that seamlessly stitches threads from the past into the fabric of the present. Genre giants Steve Berry, James Rollins and Brad Thor may soon find themselves looking over their shoulders as Kuzneski stakes his claim as the Next Big Thing. A smoothly layered, serpentine and scintillating thriller.”


Raymond Khoury, New York Times bestselling author—
“A fast and furious thrill ride with the perfect amount of history and humor blended in."


W.E.B. Griffin, #1 national bestselling author—
“Chris Kuzneski is a fresh new voice you won’t forget.”


Oline Cogdill, Sun Sentinel (Miami/Ft. Lauderdale)—
Chris Kuzneski continues the theme he does best: melding a plot full of history and da Vinci-like icons with W.E.B. Griffin-esque adventure and a bit of the spy novel thrown in for good measure. The result is THE LOST THRONE, which pays homage to historical symbols and myths while delivering an action-packed story.”


Kirkus Reviews
“A well plotted thriller that would do Indiana Jones proud. . . Good for late summer at the beach.”


John Case, New York Times bestselling author—
“THE LOST THRONE reads like an AK-47 on laughing-gas, as Kuzneski runs a gauntlet of mystery and mayhem, wisecracking all the way.”


Joe Moore, international bestselling author—
“Hidden treasure, secret chambers, exotic locations, mysterious deaths, and ancient warriors all come together in THE LOST THRONE, a dynamic novel with parallel threads that collide in a breathtaking conclusion. Once again, Chris Kuzneski proves his skills as a craftsman with captivating characters, quick-paced action, and precision plotting. THE LOST THRONE is a suspenseful thriller from first page to last!”


James O. Born, national bestselling author—
“Part Tom Clancy, part Dan Brown, THE LOST THRONE is fast, fun, and exciting!"


The Daily Sport (UK)—
“THE LOST THRONE is a frantic-paced thriller…. Think
Indiana Jones and The Da Vinci Code, and you’re in Kuzneski-land.”


James Swain, New York Times bestselling author—
“THE LOST THRONE
kept me turning pages all night long. Kuzneski has written a superb thriller that you won’t be able to put down.”



Fan Reviews


Gordon Rennie (Glasgow, Scotland)—
“I have read all four of your books and wanted to let you know that you have created, in my honest opinion, the two greatest characters I have ever come across. I have only just finished reading THE LOST THRONE and, like your other novels, I absolutely loved the pace at which the story evolves. I am completely addicted to the adventures that Payne and Jones undertake.”


Don Compton (Bromley, England)—
“THE LOST THRONE had me riveted. It’s not often that I behave like a little child, trying to find those extra reading minutes before bedtime, ignoring the papers and reading on the train. . . You reduced me to a child, I haven't enjoyed a read so much in ages. . . Every now and again an author rekindles my love of books; the mantle now rests with you.”


Matthew Lawrence (United Kingdom)—
“I have just finished reading THE LOST THRONE. It was a fantastic read—up there with the best books I’ve ever read. . . I have a bookshelf in my house that I call the ‘keeper’ shelf. It is essentially the books that I will pass on to my children. Your series of books will sit alongside greats such as Tolkien, Asimov, Douglas Adams, and J.K. Rowling.” 


Mike Branigan (San Clemente, California)—
“Without a doubt, this is your finest work. Outstanding!!! . . Thank you for such a great read. I can't wait for your next release!”


Gillian Carr (United Kingdom)—
“I have just finished reading THE LOST THRONE which I found absolutely enthralling from beginning to end. I was most disappointed when I got to the final page as I wanted it to go on. I found it very hard to put down and found that I was transported by your writing to the places within the plot. . . My thanks for an absolutely brilliant read.”


Stu Guthrie (Avon Park, Florida)—
“I have to say that I have enjoyed all of your books but you have outdone yourself with THE LOST THRONE. I knew you were a thoroughly gifted writer but this book tops them all.”


Alyn Evans (United Kingdom)—
“Just thought I'd congratulate you on writing a thoroughly entertaining book. I don't want to sound like I'm trying to kiss your ass, but THE LOST THRONE is definitely the best book I've read in a long time (probably since SIGN OF THE CROSS!!!)”


Giso Schouten (Tilburg, Netherlands)—
“I’ve just finished reading the THE LOST THRONE. Another great book! . . After picking up a copy of SWORD OF GOD a year ago while I was on vacation in Paris, I bought SIGN OF THE CROSS immediately after I finished it. I really like the fast-paced action and the humor in your books. Great to see that you continue that in THE LOST THRONE.”


Paul Randall (United Kingdom)—
“I've just finished reading THE LOST THRONE and wanted to say thanks for writing it. I usually read Clive Cussler or Tom Clancy but took a leap of faith one day after seeing Clive comment on you, and boy was he right! You both give the fast-paced action that I like whilst making the reader engage their brain to try and predict the twist. . . Thanks and can't wait for the new book!”


Robin Fearn (United Kingdom)—
“Just wanted to say thanks for three of the best books that I've ever read. I'm currently enjoying SWORD OF GOD, hot on the heels of finishing THE LOST THRONE and SIGN OF THE CROSS. . . I'm no expert reviewer, but the reason I find your work so good is the pace of the action that you sustain throughout the books, combined with just enough info about the characters and the settings without getting weighed down. . . Keep up the great work!”


John Cook (London, England)—
“I just wanted to let you know just how awesome THE LOST THRONE was and once again, like your other novels, it was a three-day read (as in I couldn't put it down). Keep them coming, Chris. They're brilliant!!”


Stan Hill (United Kingdom)—
“I just read THE LOST THRONE and I must congratulate you on a brilliant book. There was not a chapter in it that did not keep me fully interested. I would love to see it made into a film.”