Published today in the UK and to follow in thirty one territories across the globe, The Stonehenge Legacy is set to be one of the major thriller titles of the year.
Our foreign rights director put it best: The cult exists already.
Before Sam Christer's The Stonehenge Legacy even hits UK bookshelves, it has been sold in 31 territories around the world – 32, if you include the UK (and affiliate regions like Australia, India, and South Africa). Fierce auctions unfolded in virtually every territory.
A third of these publishers were so taken with the manuscript that they bought it before it was completed. The Dutch are even designing two separate editions, one appealing to women and another geared towards men.
Readers across six continents, in countries from the United States to Brazil to Slovakia to Japan, will soon be able to queue up for one of of 2011's biggest books, the most exciting and inventive conspiracy thriller since The Da Vinci Code but UK readers get the first taste.
Eight days before the summer solstice, a man is butchered in a blood-freezing sacrifice on the ancient site of Stonehenge before a congregation of robed worshippers. Within hours, one of the world's foremost treasure hunters has shot himself in his country mansion. And to his estranged son, young archaeologist Gideon Chase, he leaves a cryptic letter …
Visit www.littlebrown.co.uk for more information on this brand new, blockbuster thriller.
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