Steve Berry

Steve Berry is a New York Times international best seller, with 21 million copies of his books sold in 51 countries and translated to 40 languages.

Steve worked as an attorney for 30 years and held public office for over a decade.

His love for history – which is unmistakable throughout his novels – led him to launch History Matters, a foundation focusing on the preservation of historical treasures.

The Georgia native has won many awards and has been recognized by different honorary bodies.

In 2010, an NPR survey placed his book The Templar Legacy among the 100 best thrillers ever written.

Bibliography

The Amber Room, 2003

The Romanov Prophecy, 2004

The Third Secret, 2005

The Templar Legacy, 2006

The Alexandria Link, 2007

The Venetian Betrayal, 2007

The Charlemagne Pursuit, 2008

The Paris Vendetta, 2009

The Emperor’s Tomb, 2010

The Jefferson Key, 2011

The Columbus Affair, 2012

The King’s Deception, 2013

The Lincoln Myth, 2014

The Patriot Threat, 2015

The 14th Colony, 2016

The Lost Order, 2017

http://steveberry.org/

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