The Unusual Cases of Inspector Martinelli



Inspector Martinelli is summoned to the Vatican two days after he returns from Bavaria. The pontiff is concerned that the Aesinas Codex, an ancient text sought after by Himmler and the Gestapo during world war two, has been high jacked from an armoured truck while being transported a short distance from Rome to the Vatican City. Someone desperately wants the original even though it had been translated over the years and copies were freely available.

Martinelli is told that the satchel containing the codex included a separate single page that had never been translated. An oversight by all that had examined the original book.

On the request of the Brotherhood of the Sword the Inspector finds himself back in Germany as the newly formed fourth Reich is suspected of the theft. He finds himself kidnapped by the fourth Reich and is surprised at what he finds.

His interest is sparked when he discovers a vampire connection; once again Martinelli may be able to satisfy his obsession and kill more vampires.

Will Martinelli eventually find the codex? Will he discover why it was stolen? And will he be able to work out why the extra page is so important.

Join Inspector Martinelli as he seeks the most terrifying vampires yet.

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03.12 | 20:10

John I wanted to tell you my ebook is coming out in print Dec 10th & on the back of the cover, 4 reviews from around the world. Yours is one of them. Thank you

29.08 | 02:26

BTW, thank you for all of the wonderful reviews. I hope my stories continue to entertain you.

28.08 | 16:13

Yes, it's very sad when an author feels they have to do this. Even with books they are not competing with.
Obviously they're giving themselves bogus reviews.

28.08 | 16:01

Odd that the one book Bruno gave 5-stars was posted on Aug 16 and since then has received 38 reviews, many by guys named "11". Not that I'm suggesting anything.

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