The Lost Order (Cotton Malone Series #12)

The Lost Order (Cotton Malone Series #12)

by Steve Berry
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Lost Order 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the book and especially the maturing of the characters.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My neighbor in St Augustine has written a timley historical novel. Lots of twists and character development is super. Great read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Jumbles a little bit but kept me awake reading it. Good book.
Anonymous 3 months ago
It's a keeper
Anonymous 5 months ago
Another well investigated novel by the author. A lot of the background history is based on fact. Great treasure hunt. A look back into the civil war and background on our on our Constitution. We finally get to find out how Cotton Malone got his name ( Cotton) 467 pages. Filled with action.
GBJJR 6 months ago
I found this a bit slower than most of Steve Berry's books. What bothered me most was how often his heroes were caught with their guard down and could have been killed by captors. The action picked up near the end and there was lots of interesting history.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of my favoritea by Steve Berry
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read. Great mix of history and adventure. Look forward to the next adventure.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Couldn't put it down!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is typical Berry. A bit scrambled at times and a scosh long, 380 pages would have been profered, but, I stll loved it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Always great writing
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Steve Berry keeps kicking them out, can't wait for the next one!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It is a great book like a great meal which is to be saviored and enjoyed this book is to be saviored and enjoyed as well . It deals with cottons past the knights of the golden circle a vault of gold a treasure along with an almost que de ta which is stoped but was legal according to the constitution so worth the money
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Berry is a master
carlosmock More than 1 year ago
The Lost Order by Steve Berry This is the 12th installment of the "Cotton" Malone series. This time it deals with The Knights of the Golden Circle. This was a clandestine organization that stole and hid billions in stolen gold and silver. Its original mission was to use the gold to build a Southern Empire which would include Mexico and most of the Caribbean. The organization has kept the loot hidden by a select group of "Sentinels" that guard their spoils since 1865. Treasure hunters have searched, but little of that immense wealth has ever been found. The book opens with the great Smithsonian fire of 1865 in which an ancestor of Cotton Malone, Angus "Cotton" Adams, steals a journal and a key from the Smithsonian. This fact holds the key to everything. Back to the present, there are two factions from Knights of the Golden Circle that want that lost treasure―one to spend it for their own ends, the other to preserve it. The former is lead by Warren Watson, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court; the latter is headed by Frank Beckingridge, a former Smithsonian leader. Narrated from the third person point of view, the plot twists and surprises the reader. There are two subplots: one is the plot deals with power grabs in Congress. By changing the rules of the House via altering Article 1, Section five, Clause 2 - to make all legislation to be originated in the House, thus making the Senate obsolete. The other is by creating a Constitutional convention trying to alter the Constitution. The second subplot just deals with greed: people wanting to find the treasure for their own profit. These later ones are willing to do anything: including killing Senators and even an ex-president to achieve their goal. By finding the five stones that hold the key to "the vault" where all the money is hidden, we are taken to Arkansas, the west, and finally the site of the treasure. All of the characters that we've learned to love: Stephanie Nell, Danny Davis, Cotton Malone, and Cassiopeia Vitt come back to solve the mystery of The Lost Order. The book reads fast and it comes to a wonderful climax/conclusion. I loved the book. If you're a Steve Berry fan, this one will not disappoint you!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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