While I can't say that I finished The Inquisitor's Key in one sitting, it is the kind of book that certainly kept me engrossed for long periods of time at a stretch.
Both the title and blurb caught my eye at first (and what caused me to pick it up) and I was not disappointed.
What I really liked about the book is the blend of characters, story, history and setting. I also liked the chase (for lack of a better word) between the different parties and the parallel timelines (contemporary and 14th century).
Jefferson Bass is an author I will be keeping an eye out for in the future.
Dr. Bill Brockton tackles the case of the millennium-a case that could shake the Vatican to its very foundations-in the richest and most captivating novel yet in the New York Times bestselling Body Farm series.