The Man Who Would Not Die

new TMWWND coverWho is the Count of Saint-Germain?

A Historical Mystery/Thriller of a real life Monte Cristo! 

Who is le Comte de Saint-Germain?  A mysterious, ageless adventurer who dabbles in alchemy, composes operas, and spies for kings.  Throughout the 18th century, he always appears exactly the same, a handsome & wealthy gentleman about thirty years of age.  The Count cavorts with the eminent & powerful including Louis XV, Benjamin Franklin and Catherine the Great.   He is forever entwined in pivotal events – from the doomed Scottish Rebellion to the bloody French Revolution, but always from the shadows ...

The Count was Francis Rakoczi, last son of an exiled Hungarian prince.  Falsely accused by the Italian Inquisition, he must surrender all; including his very identity … and Luciana, his only love.  Struck by fate, he searches the globe from the Carpathians to the Himalayas, desperately seeking answers to his cryptic destiny.  Is he truly immortal, and if so, why him?  But those who betrayed him will not get off scot free.  For time is now on his side, and the clock is ticking for his enemies.

A Grand Adventure, written on the Canvas of the Globe with an Hourglass lasting Centuries

ISBN#: 9781310547652

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4 responses to “The Man Who Would Not Die

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