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Sealed Correspondence

by Richard Rudomanski

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2nd Edition: re-edited & re-published April 2012For two hundred and twenty four years an eighteenth century desk has remained hidden in an attic southeast of London, England-that is, until now!Despised shipping tycoon, Enrico Brosconni, is a mogul with an obsession, exceptionally rare antiques.Christina Sheppard is a world renowned dealer out of Manhattan. Her photographic memory is as legendary as her ability to unlock the cleverly crafted compartments of the world's greatest works. And famed historian, Randolph Hancock, is about to make an incredulous claim: there are secret documents hidden inside the centuries old desk.What all three have in common is a priceless antique, and the fact, that, their lives are about to change-forever!Sealed Correspondence: a centuries old secret that could plunge an already disgruntled nation into chaos.… (more)
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Great story. I loved all the twists. After the last big twist, I thought I knew what was going to happen just to be wrong again. Can't wait for your next book. ( )
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2nd Edition: re-edited & re-published April 2012For two hundred and twenty four years an eighteenth century desk has remained hidden in an attic southeast of London, England-that is, until now!Despised shipping tycoon, Enrico Brosconni, is a mogul with an obsession, exceptionally rare antiques.Christina Sheppard is a world renowned dealer out of Manhattan. Her photographic memory is as legendary as her ability to unlock the cleverly crafted compartments of the world's greatest works. And famed historian, Randolph Hancock, is about to make an incredulous claim: there are secret documents hidden inside the centuries old desk.What all three have in common is a priceless antique, and the fact, that, their lives are about to change-forever!Sealed Correspondence: a centuries old secret that could plunge an already disgruntled nation into chaos.

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For two hundred and twenty four years an eighteenth century desk has remained hidden in an attic southeast of London, England-that is, until now!



Despised shipping tycoon, Enrico Brosconni, is a mogul with an obsession, exceptionally rare antiques.
Christina Sheppard is a world renowned dealer out of Manhattan. Her photographic memory is as legendary as her ability to unlock the cleverly crafted compartments of the world's greatest works.
And famed historian, Randolph Hancock, is about to make an incredulous claim: there are secret documents hidden inside the centuries old desk.
What all three have in common is a priceless antique, and the fact, that, their lives are about to change-forever!

Sealed Correspondence: the only thing more powerful than its content is the deception that stands behind it.
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