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The Cromwell File

By William Harrington

When an explosion rips through the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazia in Milan, it is immediately clear that this blast is unlike any other.

The target was not the Church, but da Vinci’s masterpiece, The Last Supper. As more attacks continue across Europe, it soon becomes clear that the atrocities are the work of an unknown perpetrator, who is hell bent on destroying Western art treasures. He is given the code name “Oliver Cromwell” by a multi-national anti-terrorist coalition put together to stop the perpetrator in his tracks.

But Cromwell has planned one final, deadly act of terror: blowing up the ambulatory of the Notre Dame. The attack will take place during a memorial service commemorating British soldiers killed in Paris during World War Two. The stakes are even higher as important political figures, including the Prince and Princess of Wales and the French President, are due to attend – and Cromwell intends to kill them all.

Who is the person behind the attacks? And can they be stopped before it is too late? Full of suspense and tension, The Cromwell File is a gripping thriller by acclaimed mystery novelist, William Harrington.

William Harrington (1931-2000) was born in Ohio and studied law at Ohio State University. An attorney for nearly 20 years, he became a full-time writer in 1980. Harrington published almost thirty novels during his career, including The English Lady (1982) and a series of six novels featuring fictional TV detective Columbo.

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