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The Columbus Affair: A Novel

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review by . May 03, 2012
This is a nice book that makes one rethink the whole Columbus tale. Berry has done an incredible amount of research into who Columbus was and what he might have done when he was in Jamaica. Tom Sagan is a disgraced reporter about to take his life. He is interrupted by a man (Zacharia Simon) who persuades him not to do it because he has Tom's daughter hostage. Simon wants Tom to exhume his father's grave, and then he will free Tom's daughter and Tom can then do what he wants.    What …
review by . April 02, 2012
This is a stand alone novel from Mr. Berry that does not include his usual protagonist Cotton Malone, although there are some references to the organization involved with Mr. Malone. We have in this book a wrongly disgraced world famous reporter who is at the end of his rope when he discovers that his daughter has been kidnaped and he must help the kidnappers or she will be killed.      That's the beginning of a very suspenseful ride through history, and the story of Columbus …
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