Here's a small blurb:
Jefferson Burke and the Secret of the Lost Scroll is a mystery as old as the Christian church wrapped in a modern-day thriller. Though an unwilling hero, professor Jefferson Burke's intellectual curiosity pits him against the powerful Bruno Krueger in a race to find a 2000-year-old scroll that calls into question the divinity of Christ and could shake the foundation of Christian faith, upsetting the balance of power in the modern world. Their deadly quest spans the globe, involving officials from the
Vatican, CIA and FBI agents, British royalty, a Hollywood actress, and modern terrorists. This classic battle of good vs. evil will hook believers and doubters alike. The uncertainties raised by the very existence of the elusive scroll will have every reader questioning the basis of their faith and wondering what would happen if certain fundamental truths suddenly were proven untrue. Artfully and thoughtfully told, this is the kind of action-packed adventure story that will keep loyal Ace Collins readers---and increasing legions of new fans---coming back for more
The book did not disappoint with adventure on every page. Krueger played a perfect villian, often sending chills up my spine. Burke and Cho made a great tactical pair, though if you're looking for a sweet romance-while present-it is not strong in this book. Solving the puzzles that lead to the elusive scroll take the main stage. Also, history is woven throughout, some of it used to suit this purely fictional tale.
While I do believe Ace could have come up with a stronger ending, the book as a whole was a fun read and I would recommend it to anyone who likes the movies I mentioned above.