About the book:
When a secret letter is delivered 32 years after it is written, it throws the ascendancy of the British throne into question and sets in motion an alliance that will do anything to suppress the truth. The search for the rightful heir uncovers the existence of a sacred stone, lost for centuries, and destined to reveal the true king. This high-stakes thriller leads readers on a deadly chase around the world, following clues through ancient history and eventually exposes the truth about the Throne of David. A mind-blowing mystery with an ending you have to read to believe!
- File Size: 2325 KB
- Print Length: 288 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Cedar Fort, Inc. (August 11, 2015)
Ann Farnsworth lives outside of St. Louis, Missouri. She studied the classics in school, along with history and is the author of The Throne of David, a political thriller set in the British Isles. The Farnsworth’s are the parents of ten children, have two perfect sons in law and a grand-daughter. You can find her online at annfarnsworth.com or on Twitter @AnnFarnsworth.
My review: The Throne of David by Ann Farnsworth
The Throne of David is a exciting blend of action, history, heroes that I did not want to put it down. The characters are such a vast range. I fell for David and Enrigue. Two different characters fighting for answers in there own way.
David Lord owns his own business of Forensic accounting. He is single. His good friend in England asked him to come help him. David goes right away.
His friend works as a private secretary to Prince George of England. It can't be traced back to him but it has to be done with someone he can trust. He gives his a list of women's name that left England in 1980 and had a baby in the US. He also needed to collect a DNA sample.
Enrique lived on the streets of New York by David's office. David got him in rehab. He turned to drink after a mission went wrong in Afghan. His wife left him. He has two daughters. He is asked for his help to find these women and find the one who had a baby. He owes David and has the skills to help.
The second task to find out about the Stone of Scone. If they had the right one. He did not know if the two tasks has anything to do with each other. David travels the British Isles to find out the answers about the Stone.
The history, the chase, action, is so well told about the different stones and different names of places it was spell binding.
The answers could throw a wrench in who would be the next King of England.
There starts the race. Some people are trying to stop David from succeeding. They are willing to kill for the cause.
I loved the ending chapters. The story came together so well. I am glad that I was given this book to read by Cedar Fort. In return I agreed to give a honest review of it and be part of The Throne of David.
The Throne of David” blog tour schedule:August 22: Keenly Kristin
August 24: So I’m Fifty
August 25: Wishful Endings
August 26: My Book Addiction and More • Robyn Echols Books
August 27: Paranormal and Romantic Suspense Reviews
August 28: My Book a Day
August 29: readalot
August 31: My Love for Reading Keeps Growing
September 1: Storyweaver • Emmy Mom
September 2: LDS Women’s Book Review
September 3: Brooklyn Berry Designs
September 4: Bookworm Lisa
September 5: Jorie Loves a Story